Language learning is child’s play with Playvation
This Espoo-based provider of digital language learning solutions allows your children to learn a foreign language with the help of the Moomins.
Bandimal’s animals make music fun for kids
Children love making music, but there are more ear-friendly alternatives than banging on pots and pans. Finnish music composition app Bandimal lets children create their own catchy tunes without any musical knowledge.
Play yourself to safety with Rescuebusters
Many of the world’s most popular games are about shooting, chasing and killing. Finnish SyraWise wanted to create a game that, instead, can save real lives.
Get on board with World of Insights
These game-based solutions set out to make analogue the new digital, by providing a fresh approach to acquiring knowledge.
Big Bang Legends hits the ground at home
Big Bang Legends, a learning game by Finnish Lightneer, has now been published in the Nordic countries after a successful launch in eastern Asia.
Big Bang Legends takes over East Asia
Finnish game studio Lightneer has launched its debut game Big Bang Legends on Android in Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam and the Philippines.
Environment awareness more than a game in US
Neste has launched the educational EduCycle game based on the Paris Agreement on climate change, which sets out to teach children about CO2 emissions.
Startups honed to perfection at Finnish schools
The only education sector business accelerator in the Nordic countries, Xedu, combines the best of Finnish expertise, first-class education and the startup field’s inventive technology know-how.
Learning is the game plan for Keeduu
This new Finnish learning solution is bringing primary school education into the digital age of game play.
Angry Birds commence teaching English
Rovio Entertainment has teamed up with video language platform papagei.com to provide a range of interactive video courses for English language learners.
Finnish games studio crafts creativity for schools
TeacherGaming is the brainchild of three teachers who are, themselves, gamers. The company has already made learning more fun in 10 000 schools around the world.