Using innovative technology with the use of SIRI, the child can ask factual questions about the creatures and items they encounter throughout their journey to their own personal sidekick - Darwin. Teeming with wildlife, lava slides, erupting volcanoes, a musical boneyard and more, these games remain enthusiastic while strengthening literacy, reasoning and enquiry skills.
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- Designed to strengthen literacy, reasoning and inquiry skills
- Developed alongside students and teachers to ensure that language and content are age-appropriate
- Emphasis on “learnification:” skills that drive learning, with play at its core
- Uses innovative feature, SRI International's VPA (Virtual Personal Assistant) technology to help children learn more about the creatures and items they encounter during the game
- Generates storybook for kids to read to their parents based on their in-game actions. At any point, kids can use a series of word wheels to compose questions and Darwin, their sidekick, will provide the answers
ABOUT KUATO STUDIOS
Kuato Studios focuses on skills – critical and strategic thinking, reasoning, creativity, innovation, memory retention, problem solving and collaboration – and then creates compelling games that foster the development of these skills.
Mark Horneff, Managing Director: Mark has over 20 years experience at major games studios, includes five years at Sega as well as a long stint at IdeaWorks and Sony. At the latter, he worked on projects such as Call of Duty, and took PlayStation Home from concept to reality.
David Miller, Education Director: David began his educational career as an English teacher in 1985, and for nearly three decades has lived and breathed education. In his extensive tenure as an educator David has judged "The Teaching Awards" and Channel 4's "Jamie's Dream Teacher" with Jamie Oliver