At Formula D interactive, we specialise in the development of serious games. This means that we build games that go beyond simple entertainment, but are just as addictive, engaging and fun for the player. Games have the added benefit of being able to present complex material in an easily digestible and accessible format that is familiar to learners of all ages.
Two Oceans Aquarium 2016
Installed on a large touch screen, the multiplayer game teaches young children about responsible fishing practices.
BPESA Western Cape 2016
A mobile game that checks players' proficiency at certain tasks and links them with call centre job vacancies.
Kyoto University 2016
A smart phone-based game designed to educate players on important relationship and sexual health choices.
Public Service Explorer
Centre for Public Service Innovation 2014
A game designed to help familiarise individuals with the processes involved in making use of public services.
Nelson Mandela Bay Science Centre 2013
A game designed for up to 4 players that educates on the consequences of decisions.
Eskom Energy Planner
The Eskom Energy Planner Game allows players to explore the tasks involved in managing a virtual city's power.
International Budget Partnership 2010
An online application that teaches users, through gameplay, about budget advocacy and monitoring.