A unique combination between entertainment & science
We’ve developed a game for surgeons to perform better during operations.
Water Battle has caused a long-term behavioral change to use and save water responsibly.
Garfield teaches children about healthy lifestyle and helps them to learn arithmetic.
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How do we ensure that games help to develop skills and societal awareness in a fun and effective way?
Before launching a new game we ask research partners to scientifically prove the effectiveness of the game.
We team up with research partners such as universities and domain experts. They help us choose the right content for each game.
Games are only effective if they’re fun as well. We cram each game full of entertainment value.
We have been developing serious games for many years, and we’ve learnt that several things are really important
Henk ten Cate Hoedemaker, surgeon UMCG – Grendel Games and UMCG were united in their professionalism and commitment.
Ate de Boer, director Effectief Onderwijs – Together we created a gorgeous serious game. Research translated to fun and effect! Grendel works extremely structured and pleasant. They make an understandable connection between gameplay, research and development.
Micha van Aken, business development manager Vitens – Grendel Games are fantastic at visualising, and that gives the game its added value. It’s really well put together.
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