Game-based learning made easy

Make learning fun, interactive and more human by creating and publishing your own learning game in some easy steps! 

LEVERAGE THE POWER OF SOCIAL LEARNING AT A SCALE

Mixed
reality

Make learning more immersive with mixed reality interactions that benefit from the strengths of both digital self-guided learning as well as human interactions & feedback.

Multi-role
scenarios

Add social elements to the learning game allowing for practice-based learning in teams. Situational games and role playing are the best way to learn and practice soft-skills and drive positive behavioural change.

Game-based    learning

Build on narratives to motivate players to accomplish goals, both fictional and real.  Gamification through goals, missions and scores drive collaboration, competition, risk and strategy building.

Peer-to-peer learning

Connect people in peer-to-peer co-learning activities at scale making learning memorable, engaging and fun.

Staying motivated while working from home

Working from home is not new for a number of people, and a lot of people have experienced the joy of not having to commute or having a flexible schedule to balance family life. However with the lock down caused by Covid-19, this might be the first time for many people to work remotely. 

Workspaces, custom events and new game editor launched

We are excited to announce the  launch of new features that will make game-based learning design and publishing easier and more collaborative. 

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Game-creation in a few steps:

Use Gamoteca’s intuitive platform to create mobile games without being a tech expert.

  • Get access to a library of template games you can use for inspiration for your games, from serious games (crisis incident management, security training) to  soft-skill areas (coaching & mentoring, onboarding, design thinking, staying motivated while working remotely).
  • Add different digital media  like photos, videos and 360 (VR) to any of the game screens. 
  • Support player’s interactions and user-generated content (upload text, photos and videos and make decisions) in realtime and provide feedback 
  • Digitize trainings like simulations and team exercises

Dowload the app for Android or iOS and start to play our featured games now! 

Who is it for?

Gamoteca is for anyone who wants to create engaging and lasting learning experience.

  • Learning & Development  (L&D) experts,  experts, who want to develop and publish  highly customised learning games to mobile learners.
  • Subject matter experts,  who are looking for a tool that makes it easy to transfer knowledge effectively and use practice-based assessments for a wide range of learners.
  • Trainers, who want to gamify learning to make it more effective through a user-friendly online game authoring tool.
  • Creators of serious games, who want to develop mixed-reality games for immersive simulations and scenarios, making them more scalable and more effective.
  • Curious players, who are ready to immerse themselves into a refreshingly new and engaging learning experience.

Creating and playing learning games has never been so easy.

 

What people say about us:

I’ve been using and piloting the solution offered by Gamoteca in the past few years because I strongly believe in its potential as an innovative and easy-to-use tool to provide new learning experiences.
Elisa Laurino
Learning Specialist, World Food Programme
Gamoteca really makes serious game design creation easy and feasible for professionals working in the capacity building sector who don’t have enough resources or time to invest in new technology.
Alessia Messuti
e-Learning and mobile learning specialist,
The International Training Centre of the ILO