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Rovio looking to publish third-party educational games for kids
Rovio looking to publish third-party educational games for kids
February 28, 2014 | By Mike Rose

February 28, 2014 | By Mike Rose
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Newsbrief: Having moved into mobile game publishing last year, Angry Birds behemoth Rovio has this week revealed another third-party publishing scheme that will be aimed solely at educational games for kids.

As reported by PG.biz, Rovio is searching for mobile developers that are creating educational games aimed at 3-12 year old children, with a focus on "fun-first approach to learning."

Rovio says that it will offer those developers it brings onboard visibility through cross-promotion activities.


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The link to the source article is pointing to the previous Gamasutra article about their move into publishing.


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