School Exam Simulator, a British game targeted at High School science students, has ‘attracted’ 10,000 student players in the last six months, with participants answering a staggering 15 million exam questions since January alone.
Developed by Murray Morrison, former polo player, tutor and founder of UK-based Tassomai, the online genre-defying ‘game’, has become a runaway success with kindly parents who have gifted it to their children in the lead-up to exams, which are now in full swing. Tassomai has also had its game endorsed by leading schools all over the UK.
Murray Morrison said:
“I’m thrilled that our revision program is doing so well with our target audience. I think we can legitimately claim that we are top of the gaming charts when it comes to school exam simulators.”
Tassomai is carefully designed to maximize a student’s probability of achieving an A or A+ in their science exam. Further subject modules are under development.
“I guess we’re unlikely to win an industry award for our game, but students who complete the program are sure to reap rewards and potentially awards. Developing Tassomai has been a labor of love and I’m glad that after many years of development it is at last getting the support that I had hoped for.”
For more information, go to https://www.tassomai.com/.