The human brain consists of neurons, which are composed of several parts, including brain fibres. As you learn, these brain fibres grow. The fibres connect your brain cells to one another. The larger your brain fibres grow, and the more brain cells they connect, the more information can be stored in your brain.
But brain fibres can only grow from existing brain fibres. In other words, to learn new knowledge, a person must build on information that is already stored in the brain. We using gaming to build on foundational content to make it easier to accomplish higher-level learning.
Our games use multiple levels of challenges and compelling storylines so players have heightened intrinsic motivation.
Using authentic game design techniques, we contextualise our games, making them goal oriented and fun. Our players build on experiential learning; learning by doing. This self-reliance and autonomy leads to a greater will to play more and learn more.
Our fun games will allow you to easily learn more about new subjects, cultures and history. They also build on existing knowledge through progressive levels of difficulty.
Learning about the things which matter most doesn't have to be boring. It should be fun and exciting. And that's what we do. We make learning fun; so you can learn more.