Dreamkind

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A logo for Dreamkind.

Dreamkind is an entertainment studio that develops apps, games, animations, and educational content. The studio develops apps and games for numerous clients including Disney,[1] the NFL, Sesame Workshop, Nickelodeon, the American Heart Association, PBS Kids, UCLA, Mattel, Workman Publishing, American Girl, the U.S. Defense Centers of Excellence, the United Nations World Food Program, Levine Children’s Hospital, Carolinas HealthCare Systems, and many others.

Dreamkind has developed numerous top-ranked apps that have been prominently featured in the iTunes, Amazon and Google Play stores. Dreamkind has won a number of awards including the Cooney Center Award for Innovation in Children’s Learning and the iParenting Media Award. The company has decades of experience creating games, interactive entertainment, and various educational content.

Business[edit]

Dreamkind is a diverse company with a record of developing mobile applications for leading entertainment companies, public interest organizations, and educational institutions. Dreamkind has developed apps for many movie and TV properties like Pixar’s Cars and Monsters Inc., Disney Princesses, Sesame Street, Nickelodeon’s Bubble Guppies, and The Electric Company.

In their games, Dreamkind focuses on creating strong narrative stories and original characters. Dreamkind is known for merging educational and social goals with gaming experiences.

Apps & Games[edit]

Some examples of Dreamkind’s work are:

NFL Play 60 for the American Heart Association and NFL

Disney Puzzle Packs for Disney

Feel Electric! for Sesame Worship and U.S. Defense Centers of Excellence

FOCUS on the GO! for UCLA

Caroline’s Port to Port for Mattel and American Girl

Sesame Street for Military Families for Sesame Workshop and U.S. Defense Centers of Excellence

Elmo Story Maker for Sesame Workshop

Bubble Guppies Fin-Tastic Adventures for Nickelodeon

Brain Quest for Workman Publishing

Frankenstein Matchmaker by Dreamkind

Office Riot by Dreamkind

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Disney Projects". Disney / Dreamkind. 


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