Games for the future of learning

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Venturebeat – Learning should be about fun and games in the 21st century
5 November 2014

Mobile Entertainment – Think of games as environment where knowledge is explored
13 October 2014

Forbes – How Silicon Valley is shaking up schools
30 September 2014

ITProPortalStart up of the week
26 September 2014

BBC London Appathon event
28 September 2014

Computer WeeklyKuato Studios teaches JavaScript through gaming
16 September 2014

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Recall: The Memory Jogger

RECALL is a new, fast paced, social trivia game that presents you with fun facts.… then quizzes your recall in a race against the clock! It's not what you know.. it's how fast you can remember. …

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Hakitzu Elite: Robot Hackers

Giant robots and JavaScript are your weapons of choice as you program your way to victory in this strategic combat game. No previous coding knowledge is required to crack the code as the game guides …

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Hakitzu in the classroom

Introduce your students to JavaScript with Hakitzu. Download our Teacher’s Pack, with lesson plans and helpful hints and tips to get your class coding


We believe that play should be an integral part of any learning experience. Our mission is to create games that offer new models of learning and engagement, games that focus on strategic thinking, collaboration, innovation, creativity, problem solving – skills necessary for 21st Century Learning. We want young people to develop these skills and aptitudes while immersed in an engaging and challenging game environment.

To us, it's more than just developing games. We also create additional teaching resources, and run active outreach programmes for teachers who want to introduce game-based learning to the classroom. Together, these are having a positive impact on student engagement, both in school and beyond.

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Hakitzu Elite - Featured in the iTunes “Learn to Code” Collection

  Kuato Studios is proud to announce that Hakitzu Elite has been featured as the top app in the iTunes “Learning to Code” section of the iTunes App Store for Educational Apps. A great start to …

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Recall: The Memory Jogger

Become the ultimate trivia champion. It’s not what you know…it’s how fast you can remember.

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