Motivate your students by introducing new concepts through our curricula based video games.
Why Video Games
Video games have been proven to increase student motivation and performance. We want to integrate them into schools, to complement the teacher’s work in the classroom. Watch this video for more information.
We are currently piloting video games with a few schools. Our focus is on Math, but we are open to developing games for all subjects. The games only work on computers for the time being.
First-person platformer where player needs to navigate inside a computer and evade hazardous electric currents to find and unblock equations following the correct order of operations.
Subject: Math – Order of Operations
Third-person platformer where player needs to collect herbs, craft potions using the right fractional mixture, and throw these potions to either save animals or destroy evil robots.
Subject: Math – Fractions
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Prototyping in Education
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Case Study: Student Performance
We envision a bright future for education, where creativity and critical thinking are praised. Our team members believe in the vision of empowering education through video games.
game design & education - fOUNDER
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