Serious Games Interactive

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Serious Games Interactive is a games developer located in Copenhagen, Denmark. It is one of the leading developers in Europe for Serious games and game-based learning.

History[edit]

Serious Games Interactive was founded in 2005 in a partnership between Simon Egenfeldt-Nielsen and Unity Technologies. Since its inception the company has developed and completed more than 30 serious games related projects.

In 2010 it was awarded a BETT Award in the category of "Secondary, FE & Skills Digital Content" for its flagship title Global Conflicts: Palestine.[1] It was also awarded first place in the category of professional games costing more than 40,000 Euros in the 1st European Best Learning Game competition for 'Playing History - The Plague'.[2]

Serious Games[edit]

Serious Games Interactive has made over 30 learning, simulation and training games. [3] The most well-known serious games is Global Conflicts: Palestine

Among their clients, Serious Games Interactive has the Danida, UNICEF, WWF, NATO, LEGO, Novo Nordisk, Amnesty International, Danish National Museum, Danish Radio and European School Network.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "BETT Awards 2010: Winners of the most coveted awards in the education industry announced". Retrieved 14 May 2012. 
  2. ^ "Awards - Ludus Knowledge Node". Retrieved 14 May 2012. 
  3. ^ "Why we prefer to not do Gamification at SGI". OnSeriousGames.com. 2015-10-16. Retrieved 2015-11-18. 

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