It’s been a big year at Triseum, a relatively new game developer based in Texas. They scored one of 16 spots at this year’s Gaming Pitch Competition at SXSW and… more »
The technology and platforms available for those building educational games continues to evolve. This section will report on the the latest opportunities and challenges facing those making learning games.
The mathematical concepts of tinyBuild’s latest app, Divide by Sheep, are simple, but the consequences are bloody. Very bloody. With previously published games like Party Hard (where the principal action… more »
Game developers often want to connect their game designs and mechanics to research that tests (and ideally confirms) their games actually do teach. But creating truly research-based games can be a complicated balance between game and science, learning and fun.
Motion Math’s suite of creative math games has drawn the attention of many parents, teachers and investors and now the company is launching a new service, Motion Math Educator, to… more »