Cologne Game Lab (Germany) is part of the Faculty of Cultural Sciences at TH Köln (Cologne University of Applied Sciences). The institute promotes the research and development of interactive content, such as digital games, playful software applications as well as interactive film and TV formats. Furthermore, they are the German satellite for “Games for Change Europe”. Cologne Game Lab was responsible for the design and communication of the Antura and the Letters. They worked with experts to ensure the educational and psychological benefits of the game.
Wixel Studios (Lebanon) is an independent gaming company Lebanon. Established in 2008, Wixel started developing fun and innovative video games based on original local and international intellectual property. The studio has long been invested in the future of children through its initiative SpicaTwins, that aimed to fill gaps left by outdated school curriculums and modernizing them at an institutional level. Wixel Studios was responsible for the technical development of the game.
Video Games Without Borders (VGWB) is a non-profit organization that collaborates with NGOs, institutions, companies and schools to develop all sorts of games for social good. Founded in 2015, the VGWB Community is currently composed of 200 people with a mix of experienced professional and young talents from all around the world (including both developed and developing countries). VGWB has led the overall development of Antura and the Letters and is in charge of the distribution in the digital stores.
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