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Opt for a flying start

Suppose you have a great idea for a serious game. But then? Where do you start? How do you find your way through all the technical concepts? And how do you know for sure that there is support for this solution? As a client, it is exciting to immediately embark on a long-term development process. That is why we offer a separate Start Trajectory. Together with you, the end user, we answer all the important questions and make the idea as tangible as possible.

The advantages of our Start Trajectory

From abstract idea to tangible creative concept
Creates support among end users and stakeholders
Less risk during the development process
Questions? Need a sparring partner?

Call 058 843 57 57

Mail johan@8d-games.nl

Johan likes to think along!

What does the Start Trajectory look like?

The lead time of our Start Trajectory is on average 6 to 8 weeks. At the end of the process you will have a solid blueprint for your serious game. Is this not the right solution for your challenge? No worries: you are free to build further on the results yourself.

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Download our comprehensive brochure to read more about all the steps we take in the Start Trajectory.

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

Case: ACBC

Csilla Lazar

Spektrum Educational Center Foundation

“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.“

Case: eZoon

Dr. Nienke Beerlage-de Jong

Assistent Professor

“I have only positive things to say about the collaboration with 8D-Games. They have created games with high level of quality. We are collaborating for the ACBC project and their contribution is very important.”

Case: ACBC

Maria Skoufi

Senior Project Management

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