Our Solutions

A Reputation for Excellence

Robot Tycoon delivers powerful lessons in a fun and engaging format. But don’t just take our word for it…

• Winner of the Horizon Interactive Award

• Winner of the Summit International Award

• Highlighted as a case study by leading consulting firms like IDATE

• Loved by students from top business schools, like Northwestern, Babson, and Harvard, in addition to high schoolers in Iowa and six year olds in Texas.

 

Great for Kids and Adults alike

Great for all ages. Play by yourself or try to beat your daughter. Kids love building and selling robots, but don’t be fooled! Adults find the complex scenarios plenty challenging. Play any time. Pick up and play or sit down and power through all three levels. Beware, though — it’s addictive!

Real world experience. Robot Tycoon gives you insight into the real life of an entrepreneur like no other game: it was developed by wildly successful entrepreneurs with decades of experience. Favored by gamers and educators alike. You’re in good company. Robot Tycoon is used in top business schools, like Harvard and Northwestern. Gaming experts have called it one of the “best sims in the world,” stating it’s the benchmark MIT and Microsoft should aspire to. It also won the prestigious Horizon Interactive and Summit International awards.

Top Business Concepts

“You will learn business concepts worthy of top business schools.”
– Stéphane de Buttet, Educational Gaming Expert

It’s Fun

“Playing the game is really fun because you get to make these robots. Sometimes I listen to what the customers say, but it’s cool to be the boss and do what you want.”
– Molly, Age 9

One of the Best

Some of the best sims in the world. I would challenge any educational institution, from MIT and Harvard to Microsoft and General Motors, to use [Robot Tycoon] as their benchmark.”
– Clark Aldrich, Industry Expert, Author of The Complete Guide to Simulations and Serious Games

Hours of Fun

“I’ll be honest, I actually took so long to post this because I just spent the last hour playing Robot Tycoon.”
– Rachel Vazquez, Instructional Technology Specialist