New Adventure Gaming App for Kids

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Instead of spending hours playing games which will not help, kids can now be learning history and languages in an adventure game that’s not only fun but good for them too.

Adventure Academy is a new gaming and educational app which parents will have to pay either $9.99 every month or $5 if they make a yearly subscription. The app is used by almost 6 million kids yearly, and it is from the gaming creators ABCmouse and early learning academy.

Initially, ABCmouse was aimed for kids between the ages 2-8, but the new academy is intended for kids between the age of 8-13.

Dough Dohring ABCmouse founder and CEO said that people spend millions of dollars educating their kids, but there is no change. He said that they wanted to create a societal impact on the kids and make sure that they have taken them from one level to the other.

Dohring also added that they also donate ABCmouse free to libraries and schools and that Adventure Academy will also be donated to libraries and schools before the year ends.

Dohring who is well knowledge in the internet business says that he has another task coming up and that is to convince parents to make the subscription. Dohring spent three years and over $100 million in creating the game.

The company says that it has a curriculum team which creates the academic programs based on the right development and child education standards with the main aim of helping children to build a strong educational background for their success in academics.

Hashri Cassey

Hashri Cassey is a blogger and a regular contributor to the Honest News 24. She also creates content for the politically oriented e-zine Blue and curates their online news catalogue. She covers political situations and movements from all around the world, and posts videos of himself and some regular panelists analysing the latest political events on his YouTube channel. An experienced digital marketer, she has experience in areas such as journalism, social media influencing, digital marketing, and communication. He has a degree in journalism from Harvard University and an MBA from Stanford Business School. She has a degree in computer science from MIT and a degree in journalism from Harvard as well.

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