SecretBuilders offers a virtual world where students play games, interact with famous historical figures and go on quests to learn about various works of art. The program’s rich, immersive platform allows students to learn their subjects and participate in creative activities. SecretBuilders partners with developers and publishers to develop educational games and applications.
SecretBuilders allows students to chat with prominent historical and cultural figures such as Aristotle and Shakespeare. Students can also visit these people's homes to know more about their contributions. SecretBuilders quests challenge students with missions that take them on journeys to study cultural history, literature and humanities. Students explore and learn about noted philosophers, artists and mathematicians. They also play games, solve riddles, unlock puzzles and collect artifacts.
SecretBuilders offers games such as "Beauty and the Beast," "Air Viking," "Jack and the Beanstalk," "Arabian Nights" and "Snow White," as of 2015. Players can furnish their in-game homes, invite friends to parties, create clubs, enter contests and learn about managing money. The SecretBuilders School allows students to earn virtual currency through attendance. Students can learn subjects such as math, science, history, geography and computers.
SecretBuilders also offers the online magazine "The Crooked Pencil" that allows students to submit art and creative writing for others to read and comment upon.