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Tag: Games for Learning

e::Volution (NYP eLearning event)

Playware was invited by the Nanyang Polytechnic Singapore to showcase our products and solutions at their e::Volution eLearning event. Playware’s Creative Director Siddharth Jain was also invited to give a talk at the event. The title of his talk was …

Cities, games and real-world experience

I’ve been playing Mini Metro, an abstract game where you have to connect cities by drawing, and redrawing, the metro plan to keep pace with an ever-increasing number of residents who want to move around. It’s abstract and …

Setting the stage for 3DHive’s role in educa...

After 4 years of work on the 3DHive platform, we’re pleased to announce that our patent was officially published in February 2013. Covering the method and system for hosting transient virtual worlds that can be created, hosted and …

Making Games Is More Than Just Child’s Play

It’s an understatement to say that today’s kids are smarter than those of previous generations. There seems to be very little that they don’t know or have an opinion about. My kids, for example, can have prolonged discourses …

What is 20 Percent?

The concept of 20 percent isn’t new, many companies in the tech industry practice it, and was made famous by none other than internet tech giant Google. How the 20 percent philosophy works is that for about a …