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04/08/2019
 


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

Baltimore, USA –April 8, 2019– Watchmaker Master Steven Richardson introduces Art of Horology, the first game ever that teaches how to assemble a wrist watch –out now on Steam.

Art of Horology is an educational title available on PC that simulates the process of making a watch and teaches facts about the history of watch-making.

Art of Horology increases a sharp mental focus, discipline, and conscientiousness”, claims Steven Richardson. “It also augments a deepened sense of self-worth through accomplishment and risk taking”.

Art of Horology is based in The Art of Horology Project, a nonprofit curriculum which aim is to increase the awareness for the profession of watchmaking and the art of horology.

 

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  • Learn how to assemble a wrist watch
  • Discover facts about the history of watch-making
  • Increase a sharp mental focus, discipline, and conscientiousness
  • Based in The Art of Horology Project, a nonprofit curriculum for students of Horology

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About The Art of Horology Project

The Art of Horology Project is a nonprofit curriculum created by Steven Richardson. His own professional journey naturally lead him into the role of educator and mentor, teaching crucial skills and principles of business management and operations. Funding this project will help to acquire more resources and tools to administer the curriculum, enabling students to design and make a watch in its entirety by hand.