PowerZ: the video game that makes intelligent DQJMM (2/2)

Learning while having fun is indeed possible! Emmanuel Freund proves it to us with his video game, PowerZ, which targets, for the moment, 6-10 year olds. The idea is to compete with Fornite, while learning digitally. It just goes to show that it is not impossible to be both fun and educational. It suffices to use the codes of the video game, to then be able to integrate didactic elements.

The creator promises to learn without realizing it! Mental arithmetic, vocabulary or even foreign languages, everything goes. It is by consulting children, eager to participate in the development of video games, that PowerZ has been able to evolve.

Launched last year, the pilot version of the game has already been tested by 30,000 users. To prevent the dangers of screens, PowerZ also wants to include parents and teachers in its creation.

Regarding his business model, Emmanuel Freund has decided to opt for “pay as want”, which translates into “pay what you want”. If you are interested, and want to participate in the beta, all you have to do is send the team an email.

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