Wednesday, February 5, 2014

High School students take part in closed Beta testing of Carbon Cutters

Students in my 9th and 10th grade Digital Media classes at Dwight School in NYC are currently in a closed-Beta test for an iOS game in development called Carbon Cutters. The game is being designed by Russell Savage from Dented Pixel (a NYC game developer with two Apps currently online). 
Russell came to Dwight on Monday, 2/3/14 to introduce the game and to watch the students play.  "Carbon Cutters" is intended to link gameplay with carbon credits via partnerships with advertisers and engineering firms.

Students are required to fill out a Google Feedback Form designed to further the development of this innovative game.
Read more about Carbon Cutters and Dented Pixel here:

See the related Dwight School Facebook post here:

Read about other Beta testing of games at Dwight here:
New York Observer: Can Video Game Classes Get kids Into College?
Published on 1/31/2014



  1. I recently started playing this game carbon cutters and it has been a great experience, I like all of the ideas an components of this game and I think it has a lot of potential.

  2. The game carbon cutters was interesting but questionable as it would be better if you had an aesthetic volume

  3. Carbon cutters is a very fun game that also does good for the environment. The mini-games like Energy domination and Crazy bus really make this game a lot of fun. The only problem is that they need to fix a few bugs here and there to make the game run smoother