Our Games

Pocket Universe

A digital re-imagining of one of the greatest science books of all time

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The fate of humanity is in your hands with our tactile science-based survival game

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Happy Studio

A purposeful play platform that delivers epistemic learning to children in over 40 countries.

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Biodiversity and genetic mutation are brought to life in epic battles as players take control of a leafcutter ant colony

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Rugged Rovers

Think like an engineer in this multi-platform, multi-player game of design where robots race each other across treacherous terrain

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Story Cards: Duel

This beautiful, character-filled game of head to head battles lets young learners lay down literary challenges in solo mode or against friends

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Cell Strike

Take control of the human immune system and do battle against bacteria and infection

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Story Cards

The weird and wonderful characters of famous books are brought to life in a magical campaign showing students the joy of reading

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Crafty Cut

A handy puzzle game helping students get to grips with geometry and the relationship between 2D and 3D objects. Cut some shapes!

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Neuroanatomy hits the jackpot with 3.5 million plays in one month. This game about brains took Wellcome Trust’s message to the masses

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The End

This complex multi-level game brings death to life, helping teens make sense of life’s big philosophical issues

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High Tea

Exercise your powers of negotiation and risk-taking to keep Britain happy in a trading game with a twist

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From the Blog

The Universe in an inkspot

Stephen Hawking’s ‘A Brief History of Time’ is one of the most important books of the 20th century and for very good reasons. It helps us understand fundamental questions of physics and our existence, it takes us on a journey…

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