Working on education and youth welfare

Although our home base is firmly in the Frisian clay, we have built up a large network of international cooperation partners in recent years. From Ghana to Scandinavia. Read here why we like to look beyond borders and which international innovations we have been involved in.

The power of international cooperation

The innovation is tested and deployed on a larger scale
Space for a thorough foundation based on (international) research
Universal issues call for solutions that can also be applied across borders
european partnerships
Partnership development ‘Growth Game’ –
a project initiated by us on the growth mindset for teenagers
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Growth opportunities for all youth

Learning from each other internationally

During the development of software and innovations, it still happens (unfortunately) on a regular basis that beautiful results do not reach the end user. Or that a certain app or game is only used within a single organisation, while the product solves an issue that affects many more organisations and countries. After all, there are more than enough social issues that do not respect national borders.

This got us thinking: if we develop a game about online bullying, it would really be a shame if it could only be used in the Netherlands. Cyberbullying occurs worldwide. So why should we all develop a solution separately? Since then, we have been working closely with international partners who, like us, have ambitions in the field of education and youth welfare. Together you can achieve more!

What roles do we fulfil?

Our expertise comes in handy in various ways within international partnerships. Of course, we are often responsible for the technical realisation of a product. But also graphic design, research, promotionand projectmanagagement is in our expertise.

It is precisely the complexity of game development that makes us experienced in iterative work and in supervising complex, long-term projects. In recent years, we have also done this regularly at international level.

United Kingdom
Czech Republic

“Very professional and very patient team, who can communicate well even in contradictory situations.”

Case: ACBC

Csilla Lazar

Spektrum Educational Center Foundation

“I experience the people at 8D Games as charismatic and passionate. In addition, they work in a very structured way. Leti Arts has done quite a few international collaborations before and those were not all such a smooth ride like Shkorey has been so far.”

Case: Game on sexual health

Eyram Tawia


“At one point, groups of parents and children in the region knew: if we want to do something fun and active, we should check out the Missie Master app.”

Biana Bus-Egges

Projectleider Huis voor de Sport Groningen

“Thanks to their ‘fun’ factor, games can be a very nice way to start the dialogue in an accessible way and in this way stimulate multidisciplinary cooperation. If those games can also be played online, any logistical and organizational barriers will also be removed. For our project, that was the perfect combination.“

Dr. Nienke Beerlage-de Jong

Assistent Professor

These international projects we have realised.

How do you develop soft skills in teenagers?


LEADER is a serious game about soft skills that are indispensable in the modern labour market. Use it for free in the classroom!

Success in the workplace often requires more than just professional knowledge and skills. You also need ‘soft skills’. These are skills such as good communication, cooperation, keeping an overview and organising your work productively. How do you convey these skills to teenagers?

In cooperation with (educational) parties from the Netherlands, Romania, Spain, Malta and Denmark, we developed the LEADER game, which can be used in the classroom for free. In a playful manner, teenagers learn about the skills that are important for the labour market of the future.

Serious game

How do you empower teenagers against online bullying?

Whatsapp, Instagram, Snapchat, TikTok: a large part of young people’s social lives takes place online these days. These online forms of communication bring with them many wonderful opportunities, but also…
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Improving mental health through gaming

Mental resilience ensures that people can stay in touch with themselves, even when things are not going well or a situation is stressful. Especially for vulnerable young people (and their…
Serious game

Game on sexual health

Shkorey (‘darling’ in Tigrinya) is developing a digital game environment that provides Eritrean newcomers to the Netherlands with information on the human body, sexuality, birth care and raising small children…
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