Games and Gamification
From fully functional and complex gamification portals with leaderboards and social components, to digital games and Wii-like gesture recognition "physical action" games that give you a workout, we've done it all. Check out a few of our samples below--and even play a few games!
A GAMIFICATION PORTAL
That drives business results.
When was the last time you looked forward to compliance training?
Yeah. I thought so.
Mention "compliance training" and most people groan with dread. But our FDA regulatory compliance gamification portal changed all that, and resulted in increased compliance training engagement--and a substantial reduction to FDA violations.
CAN I PATENT THIS?
Is your discovery patentable, or just patently absurd?
Ureka! You’re working in the lab and you happen upon a new idea, new invention, or new process. But you wonder: Is your discovery patentable? Is it genius or weird? Has someone else already thought of this? Under what circumstances can you patent a discovery that someone else made before you? Can I Patent This? takes you on a journey to answer those perennially perplexing questions!
The Game of Britishisms vs. Americanisms
What happens when you have American and British workers who don't understand slang terms for each country? Hilarious misunderstandings!
In this game of international communication intrigue, players earn points when they identify the real meaning behind "Britishisms" and "Americanisms."
Can you SMASH the invading cancer cells?
"CancerSmash" gives you the power to kill invading cancer cells before they reach the healthy cells, while teaching you how a new drug protects healthy cells and kills off cancer cells.
NOTE: PARTS OF THE VIDEO ARE BLURRED OUT TO PROTECT THE PRIVACY OF THE PLAYER.
The devious talking cat has one mission: to stalk and snigger as you choose your avatar, try to unlock the secret vault, take on the role of regulatory investigator, and solve cases of serious clinical trial breaches. Your only shield against the cat: a washed-up former inspector who had one too many run-ins with that frenzied feline. Can you solve the cases and avoid a CAT-astrophe? Or, will your career as an inspector come to a “breaching halt”?