Adventure education activities are courses that emphasize on first hand experience learning in situated environment with cooperative groups. In this research, Xbox Kinect and Unity 3D game engine are used to develop the two adventure education games. Digital games can solve some of the problems physical adventure education activities face, such as space limitations and dangers. With the simulations, players can experience the unattainable activities in real life, immerse in the collaborative activities, and explore the value of adventure education. From the post-game reflections, players can perceive their roles in the group, understand the mechanism of leadership, and solve problems. Participants' collaborative gaming process will be recorded by computers and observations conducted by researchers to understand participants' social behaviors. Questionnaires and tests will be used to analyze participants' collaboration patterns. It is hoped that the analysis results offer some in-depth perspectives to the field for the future research.