Serious Games for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder(ASD): A Comparative Study

  • Sabila Kousar
  • Nadeem Qaiser Mehmood
  • Sohail Ahmed
Keywords: Autism, Serious games for Autism, Autism Spectrum Disorder, gamification, serious games


Autism  spectrum disorder (ASD) is one of the major mental disorders in the brain's neurological development. It has been shown by studies that use interventions based computer, using serious games usually, skills numerous developments, allowing children with disabilities to learn that teachers. In this article, we compared various serious games designed for children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD). These games are compared in context of different categories. The article provided a comparative study of serious games related to autism (Fillmeapp ,FindMe, Taponme, Minecraft, Portal2, Drawing something2,Go Go, sunny day, collaborative learning app ) etc. This comparative study shows the positive side of such games in autism cares and motivates to continue development of serious games. Currently, autism is the means to teach autistic children who are able to create integrated information and communication technologies. Technologies are the important and valuable part of autism learning techniques. We discussed the detailed comparison of different games that is useful for children as well as in the academic field. In the end, we concluded that these games are not only for entertainment purposes, they also help autism children to improve learning ability and social interactions.

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Sabila Kousar, Nadeem Qaiser Mehmood, & Sohail Ahmed. (2019). Serious Games for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder(ASD): A Comparative Study. University of Sindh Journal of Information and Communication Technology , 3(3), 162-170. Retrieved from

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