Triseum Takes Home Gold and Silver in 2017 International Serious Play Awards

Triseum was honored with gold for Variant: Limits and silver for ARTé: Mecenas.

“We are grateful to see our games at the forefront and to be in the company of such talented developers and innovators, which inspires us to keep pushing the boundaries of what game-based learning is all about,” said Thomas.

The results are in and Triseum is a two-time medal winner in the 2017 International Serious Play Awards. The company won gold for Variant: Limits, a game that brings complex calculus concepts to life in a high-stakes 3D adventure world, and silver for ARTé: Mecenas, which transports students to the Renaissance where they commission works of art as a Medici banker. The Serious Play Awards honor outstanding games from around the world designed to revolutionize education and training.

“Earning this global recognition speaks volumes about the work that our team is producing, creating immersive learning experiences that are not only fun and engaging, but also providing a meaningful way for students to gain and retain knowledge,” said André Thomas, CEO of Triseum. “Game-based learning creates opportunities to make the teaching and learning experience more interactive, more relatable and more dynamic. We are grateful to see our games at the forefront and to be in the company of such talented developers and innovators, which inspires us to keep pushing the boundaries of what game-based learning is all about.”

Triseum, which grew out of the LIVE Lab in the Department of Visualization at Texas A&M University, produces games that mirror the imagination, interactivity, suspense and sophistication of commercial entertainment games, while incorporating the latest in instructional design and supported by rigorous research. The company…

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