In this article:
- What games are available in Gamelearn and how do I find your Frequently Asked Questions?
- What languages are available for your games?
- Can Gamelearn games be played as a team?
- What professional profiles do your serious games target?
- Who can play Gamelearn video games?
- What topics and skills do your games tackle?
- How much time does it take to finish a serious game?
What games are available in Gamelearn and how do I find your Frequently Asked Questions?
These are the games currently available in the Gamelearn training catalog. Click on each of them to access their Frequently Asked Questions:
- Merchants - Negotiation and Conflict Resolution
- Triskelion - Time Management and Personal Productivity
- Pacific - Leadership and Team Management
- 2100 - Customer Service
- ADA - Personalized course
- MARS - Personalized course
* ... and more games on the way!
What languages are available for your games?
Our serious games are available in over 10 languages.
Contact us to learn more and confirm the availability of your language. https://gamelearn.zendesk.com/hc/requests/new
Can Gamelearn games be played as a team?
Our serious games are played individually. Each employee gets an individual score and can progress through the game at his or her own pace. This model allows for personalized feedback to the responses and strategies used by each student. This is also a way to guarantee that all employees receiving the training get the knowledge necessary to complete the course.
However, we recommend always launching training programs with serious games in classes or groups in the company. This lets coworkers compete against and interact with each other. Students can check their general rankings, see how their coworkers are faring in all our games, and even receive prizes, gifts and communications.
This means that while students play individually, Gamelearn games are usually social experiences shared inside the company.
What professional profiles do your serious games target?
Our video games were designed for any company looking to help their employees become better persons and better professionals.
Many of our serious games have been used by teams from sales, purchasing, finance, administration, marketing, communications, logistics, attorneys, business development agents, reception personnel, telephone operators, after-sales service staff, customer support profiles, receptionists and hotel staff.
Gamelearn video games are a particular hit among corporate officers, executives, managers, entrepreneurs, business owners, team managers, middle managers and area heads.
Some of our video games train transversal skills such as productivity, time management, effective communication, change management, leadership, results-oriented approaches, analytical thinking, planning and problem solving, skills that make our games useful training tools for virtually any professional.
Who can play Gamelearn video games?
Everybody is welcome to join and learn by playing with Gamelearn. You do not require any prior knowledge about the subject nor having experience playing video games before. The Gamelearn courses are very intuitive for those who have not had the opportunity of playing games. The game simulation automatically adapts the difficulty to each user.
Gamelearn games are implemented through training programs for companies and organizations. Get in touch with your Human Resource department if you want to offer our courses to your employees.
What topics and skills do your games tackle?
Our serious games are structured around essential skills such as leadership, team management, productivity, time management, conflict resolution and customer support.
Our video games work on a total of 26 skills:
- Continuous learning
- Information sourcing
- Effective communication
- Change management
- Conflict management
- Impact and influence
- Innovation and creativity
- Analytical thinking
- Problem solving
- Stress tolerance
- Customer service
How much time does it take to finish a serious game?
Given that our courses are based on learning by doing, the duration of our games depends on the student's proficiency and abilities.
On average, our students spend between 4 and 15 hours on each video game.