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Growtopia is a sandbox game that can be added to any classroom. It is similar to Terraria but has a more educational focus.
Classcraft is definitely more focused on gamification rather than game based learning but some elements can be extracted from it to be simply game based learning. I had to include this because no resource list about games and education is complete without this one.
This resource explains the basics of game based learning with technology and how it affects engagement of students. It also includes some examples of game based learning activities for your class.
To learn more about game based learning and how it links to the principles of gamification, follow this link.
This is a great starting resource to learn how gamification and game-based learning differ and how you can use them in your own classroom.