We make learning fun.

For Student in Classrooms

Teacher-facing dashboards organize data according to pre-determined metrics so that student development can be tracked and the game can constantly evolve. Developers without a gaming background have been accused of offering students “chocolate-covered broccoli,” but the award-winning GameTheory team members are game designers and game players to their core. Powerful learning experiences emerge because learning really is fun, and the best games require players to learn and improve themselves.

For Employees on the Job

Gaming is an excellent way to engage people of all ages in new material, providing learners with a sense of agency and presence that makes complex issues accessible and easier to understand. Powerful learning experiences emerge because learning really is fun, and the best games require players to learn and improve themselves.

Kaplan found that when their educational materials were presented in a gamified format, grades increased by an average of 9% and the number of drop-outs decreased by 15.76%.

 

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The team at GameTheory, led by Marguerite Dibble, has been amazing to work with. From the beginning, I was very impressed with Marguerite’s ability to understand what I wanted to accomplish and then work every step of the way with me to make it a reality.

The team was extremely thoughtful about making sure my goals for the game were met while also giving great suggestions on how to make it better. I am new to the gaming space, and they were not only patient with me, but they were very helpful in educating me about the game development process.

GameTheory is a creative, professional and attentive company that produces high quality work. I highly recommend GameTheory!
— Lindsay Lobue, Greenback Labs