What If Your Adventure Started with a Game?

Explorer Games

Tools to Discover Your Adventure

If you've got what it takes to be an explorer, click on the button below.

Those were either our explorations and experiments or those of explorers we know.
How is Explorer Games played?

Hi, I’m Explorer Rex. Welcome to Explorer Games. Being an explorer requires only that you have an open mind and are willing to adventure. In return, you are transported into unknown worlds where discovery lives. Before I get any deeper into that, I have some questions to see what kind of missions you might enjoy.

1) What would be more fun?
Learning an academic skill this way...
2) Or by making a new machine?
3) What would your smash hit book or movie be about?
4) Do you know the number one predictor for success in any occupation is not IQ, GPA, or SAT scores? Could it be a self-disciplined hobby?
5) What song can change your mood?

What We Do @ Kuriosity Lab

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The Dodecahedron Mystery

... the story of a young man being tested on an unknown planet in pursuit of a great mystery.



Learning Is a Ball Theater

Part 1 The Mission

Playbook related to the video, check it out.

Experiments in Learning Differently

At the Kuriosity Lab, we believe learning happens through igniting curiosity. Did you know that humans learn best when moving? How do you learn academic skills more easily by playing ball?

How? Follow the trail of your curiosity. Did you know that school originally meant “leisure?” Or that television, the telephone and Braille were all invented by teenagers? So, what are your interests? Where learning is fun? Check out these questions.

Our Latest Posts!

All you need is love

What if it were truly true? And anyone not in synch with this simple but powerful philosophy, no matter how smart they were in deconstructing the premise, was living too deeply in logic land.

A Dream Come True

I had a dream many years ago. I was looking up a south face, sloping hillside. I stopped to take it in. When I turned 180 degrees, I saw the sun beginning to set over cascading hills and mountains with a river at its base. And now I was literally standing on the land of

Hat of Choice (Had a Choice) How Do You Like to Learn?

There are at least three processes to place concepts/skills into long-term memory where the data explains it is never forgotten. Input Storage Retrieval Which one(s) work for you? They are not mutually exclusive. If you haven’t tried them all, it might be worth experimenting. Simulation Practice Discussion Reading Experiment Reciting Peer Teaching Lecture Exploring Games


It’s snowing again—from gentle to purposeful. After all the snows this year, its beauty melted my hardness, so I could slip into delight. For over two days, David and I focused on getting our first “farm” vehicle. We don’t need a tractor. Our needs are small. Transporting bags of soil, and moving some big rocks

Explorer Games: Tools to Discover Your Adventure

by Mark Gordonwith Colin Barton illustrated by David Gordon featuring Derek Webb Chapter 1: What Explorer Games Is Based On Explorer Rex here again. Exploring has always been Numero Uno in my life. My first memories as a little tyke were investigating new worlds, until I heard my Mom calling me back to base. But,

“Shit for Brains”

Everyone was sitting comfortably. He stood up.  He was a tall, strapping, good-looking redhead young man of 18. We were discussing parenting and the good and bad we experienced. Emotionally, yet under control, he stated: “When I was four, my mom told me, ‘You have shit for brains.”’  Stone silence in the classroom. He had