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  KD VISION to develop health games
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12/04/2012
 


[This unedited press release is made available courtesy of Gamasutra and its partnership with notable game PR-related resource GamesPress.]

Kaliningrad, 12/04/2012

The Kaliningrad-based  KD VISION studio (a.k.a. KDV Games and K-D LAB) is opening a new branch titled ADDER to develop serious games and games for health. The new area of activity includes development of sports and active games based on exploratory work in the field of medicine, physiotherapy and physical education.

The primary goal set by the KD VISION team is to use the latest computer and videogame technologies for development and rehabilitation of the human body. The studio’s specialists have spent a long time exploring the newest developments in videogames and online applications for social networks. The accumulated experience will be used in the development of active health games and additional online software.

The basic concept of the studio is freedom from stereotypes and finding alternate solutions for tasks at hand. Development of serious games and health games is a new and promising direction in the modern digital entertainment industry. The first studio project in the genre of ‘health game‘ will be announced soon.

KD VISION homepage: http://kdvision.com/eng/

KD VISION on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/KD-Vision/517696851576643

 

 
   
   
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