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Developer of Educational Games for mobile devices, designed for infants and preschool children to develop cognitively while playing with interactive applications, all by themselves. Our vision is that children can learn through play and encourage their imagination from colorful and immersive experiences. Parents can share fun experiences with their children, but also have the peace of mind that if his child plays alone, will not be interrupted by banners, and will not need an adult guidance.

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