General FAQs

What is Game Learning?

Game Learning is an educational video game company that teaches kids 9-14 years old history.

Why is Game Learning different from other game-based learning products?

Game Learning is determined to put the “fun” into the fundamentals of pivotal moments in history. At Game Learning we fully support the notion that learning is and should be fun.

Can I play Game Learning games on my tablet?

Yes! Our educational video games are designed to be played at home, at school, at an afterschool program, or anywhere in between. Get the app here

How do I purchase Game Learning?

We craft a perfect solution for teachers, afterschool program directors, school districts, and more. Please contact us and we will work with you to get Game Learning in your hands quickly and affordably!

What skills do Game Learning video games teach students?

Our educational video games teach players to become reflective, critical thinkers, and problem solvers.  In addition, video gameplay has been shown to improve hand-eye coordination, bolster strategic thinking, expand memory capacity, and help students to become more computer literate, which is a necessity in today’s world.

Where does the historical information come from?

From the very earliest inception of Game Learning, we brought Dr. Nicholas Gliserman on board as our Chief Academic Officer. Nick holds a Ph.D. in History from USC, and a Master of Science in Geographic Information Science and Technology. Together with his team of historians, Nicholas creates all our content, curriculum and even enjoys indulging in a bit of educational game play.

Are Game Learning videogames violent?

No. Our historical video games are not violent.

Can I buy Game Learning if I homeschool?

Absolutely. Game Learning educational video games are designed to be used in the classroom, at home, during after-school programs, and even on-the-go.

How much does Game Learning cost?

Please contact us.  We will work with you to obtain Game Learning licenses at a very low price for your district, your school, your classroom, or your afterschool program.

Can students use Game Learning at home?

We encourage it! Game Learning educational video games are designed to be used in the classroom, at home, during after-school programs, and even on-the-go.

How many different games are available?

We are in the process of developing 60 unique games, surrounding the most pivotal moments in history.

Do you offer group licensing rates for school districts?

Yes!  Please contact us for special group pricing discounts for our suite of educational video game licenses.

Do you offer group licensing rates for individual schools?

Yes!  Game Learning offers special pricing for individual schools who wish to purchase bulk licenses for our educational video games.  Please click here to contact us.   

Are multiple game licenses available after school clubs and after school programs?

Yes!  We are happy to work with you on group pricing for your afterschool program or club.  Contact Game Learning today to learn more. Please click here to contact us.

Platform Support

What are the minimum tech specs I need to run Game Learning?

Game Learning is designed to run on minimal hardware at a high performance, as we know teachers don’t always have access to high-end computing for all their students. All you need iPad running iOS v 9.3.5+ on iPhone & iPad, or our supported web browsers on any laptop: https://docs.unity3d.com/Manual/webgl-browsercompatibility.html

Can I buy the games one at a time or do I have to buy them all?

When you sign up with Game Learning you gain access to the entire suite of educational video games available.

Can Game Learning be used off line?

A Minimal internet connection is required to load the games on laptops & Desktop. No internet connection is required on tablets once the app has been installed.

Can Game Learning games be played on a mobile device?

Our educational video games can be played on laptops and tablets.

How do multiplayer games work?

Multiplayer games foster social interaction, collaborative learning, and draws out healthy competition with others.

How do single player games work?

Game Learning video games are launched from your web browsers or app through our Game Learning Hub. If the games are being used in a school or after-school setting, teachers and admins can control what games the student can access.

How much time is needed to play the games?

Each Game Learning educational video game is 4 hours in length. However, each game breaks down play time sessions/levels into 10-minute increments.