Gaming in business and education is becoming ever increasingly popular. More and more companies engage and educate their audience and customers through the medium of games. If your company does not have a gamification strategy, you might be falling behind. This is were we can help . Our growing list of clients include: The Guardian […]
From the BBC to Gaming Magazine Kotaku, our work has been featured in several publications. Most of our exposure is for our work with Minecraft and the new and unique ways it connects and educates children and adults alike. Our most notable mentions is by the BBC and the Guardian newspaper. However below you will find a […]
We have been privileged to be involved with some amazing, groundbreaking projects that pushes the limits of engagement and education. Here are just some of our projects: Wonder Quest, a scripted educational adventure filmed inside of Minecraft. We are the rangers allows kids to become wild life rangers, they are tasked with exploring Mount Kilimanjaro […]
“You play through mini games explaining what happened in the fire. So, you wake up in Pudding Lane and have to escape the fire; you meet Thomas Farriner and have to try to put the fire out. Dragnoz created brand new Minecraft models based on our collection’s items from that era. He created fire squirts and buckets and an old fire engine. So, you can experience the tools they would have used to fight the fire at the time.
“It will be a quick chat about Minecraft” is what the PR agency said…
But then me and Stephen Shankland started chatting and somehow it turned into an hour or more.
It was late at night or early in the morning… like really early, it gets difficult dealing with people from incompatible time zones. However the conversation was exciting and the energy high, almost like i had another redbull, but I had not due to the late / earliness of the call and the need to still go to sleep.
Anyway, we spoke and shared ideas and I saw it as a great conversation. Now this was many months ago and the conversation completely slipped my mind.
Then a few days ago I get an email from Stephen, letting me know that the article was in Print. He very kindly mailed me a copy to my home address!
I had a very small mention, and thats OK, I never really go out for the “Fame” or “Credit” I just REALLLYY love talking about Minecraft and using games in Education.