The destination for kids to learn how to code.

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What You Get

1

Flip to Hack

The patent-pending Flip-to-Hack feature allows kids to directly change the code within the games, immediately see their changes and develop familiarity with basic coding and computational thinking.

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2

New hackable content

Kids play hackable games, explore coding apps and solve quests led by historically-inspired characters. New episodes are released monthly. The first 6 months of content are free and then $9.99/month.

3

Peace of mind

Hack is a safe, ad-free and virus-resistant environment with parental controls. Hack works without an Internet connection so can be taken on the go!

How It Works

The
Real Deal

Hack uses the Linux-based, open-source Endless Operating System. Only on Hack can kids access and modify source code, see their changes and learn how to code in a playful, safe and authentic coding environment.

Designed
by Pros

Brought to you by the world’s best game designers, open-source engineers, innovative educators, accomplished artists, and proud parents of preteens. We believe kids will advance their problem-solving skills and build their confidence and resilience as they learn how to code.

Technology
for Good

We created Hack because we think kids should be empowered by technology and knowledgeable about how it works. As parents, we've seen how children use today's technology to passively consume content rather than to create. Let's change that!

What People are Saying

Alex, 11

“The part about being able to flip to hack is super fun. That was my favorite part, flipping back and forth. I've never had a computer like that before.”

Reshma Saujani
founder of Girls Who Code

“When we teach girls to be imperfect, and we help them leverage it, we will build a movement of young women who are brave and who will build a better world for themselves and for each and every one of us.”

Jared, 10

“If I can figure that out, maybe there’s other things I can figure out in my life that I didn’t know yet.”

Grace Hopper
Pioneer of computer programming

"To me, programming is more than an important practical art. It is also a gigantic undertaking in the foundations of knowledge."

Chloe, 12

“It's fun how Hack gives you problems to solve and helps you find ways to solve them. I like the combination of knowing enough to be able to solve new things and being pushed to try something different.”

Mitch Resnik
Professor of Learning Research at the MIT Media Lab

"I'm really interested in seeing how can we help young people become fluent so they can write with new technologies."

We believe people should be empowered by their technology

We created Hack because we think people should be empowered by technology, not beholden to it because they don’t understand how it works. Hack encourages kids to look behind the curtain and use a range of tools and skills to create, customize and build their own worlds.

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