Last updateThu, 30 Nov 2023 2pm

AddUp launches the first Serious Game for training in metal additive manufacturing

AddUp launches “AddUp Adventure”, the first serious video game dedicated to the discovery of metal additive manufacturing. The result of two years of development, “AddUp Adventure” is a high-end serious game, with graphics quality worthy of today's best video games.

It immerses the learner in a universe entirely modeled in 3D and exploits all the pedagogical levers made available by this format (dialogues with non-player characters, inverted pedagogy, environmental narration, non-linear exploration phases, collection of objects, mini-games, etc.). Through this project, the aim is to provide content similar to that of the advanced training offered on “AddUp Academy Online”, in a format that meets the expectations of the most advanced companies in terms of
digital learning (who wish to maximize completeness rates, i.e. the proportion of learners taking online training in its entirety). Indeed, the “video game” format helps to increase learners' commitment and involvement and is particularly suitable for the dissemination of training to people with a non-technical profile. It also responds to one of the current trends in the university sector, which is to offer students more and more training in this form.
Finally, “AddUp Adventure” offers large groups a learner progress tracking system as well as many customization options, such as the ability to import into the game object models corresponding to their sector of activity.
The playable demo is available on request.


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