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Games for Learning
International Business Times - Tech Talk: Hackaball toy takes teaching from the classroom to the playground
7 April 2015
The Independent - Prince has gathered some high-class dragons to fire up new entrepreneurs
27 March 2015
Develop - How Kuato is using Siri to teach kids about dinosaurs
9 March 2015
International Business Times - Coding in the classroom: How has the UK curriculum overhaul fared six months on?
27 February 2015
Forbes - Gaming Can Give Troubled Teens Another Shot At Learning
11 February 2015
Real Business - Why the computer science curriculum will prevent UK from choking economic growth
23 December 2014
Calling all dino-adventurers! Explore a lush prehistoric island with 6 adorable baby dinos. Play games, dig for fossils, discover thousands of facts, and ask all-knowing Darwin all your dinosaur questions! You can be both adventurer and storyteller …Find Out More
Hakitzu Elite: Robot Hackers
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.
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 …Read more
Recall: The Memory Jogger
Become the ultimate trivia champion. It’s not what you know…it’s how fast you can remember.