The Devil Is in the Details

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When we first started developing Numetry, we knew we wanted to do things a little bit differently. We decided to involve kids in every step of the game development journey, to assure this becomes a game that kids love. 

We have partnered with 12 schools in Norway and South America whose teachers and students playtest the game to provide us with continuous feedback on game design and art directions. We frequently show early concepts to our student testers who let us know we’re going the right way.

Check out the first episode of our new Meet the Team series. Get to know the people behind the Numetry game and what a day in their life is like. In this video you get to meet Alberto, our lead artist all the way from São Paulo, Brazil. Gain insight into his daily work routine and learn how student feedback informs his work.

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