The first science-based educational game in Bangladesh make on the curriculum of the National Curriculum and Textbook Board in the state of science. The game has created by Dream Maker, a company named “Dream 71”. This game unveiled today at the inauguration of the three-education program at the Bangla Academy premises on Saturday morning. The project was inaugurated by the Education Ministry and the Access to Information (A2I) program of the Prime Minister’s Office at Ekushey Book Fair.

Science State

Chief Executive of Dream 71, Rashad Kabir said that in the game students can learn science while playing. The game will be successful in the state of science. The objective of the game in science state for students of the sixth, seventh and eighth-grade students making science education more easy and vivacious.

Although compiled in the light of the syllabus, the content of the syllabus has present in a different fashion in this game by gamification. The content of the game has been very attractive with different characters, objects, scenes, backgrounds, visual effects, and audio effects. In the state of science, the game will provide an unlimited joy to the students. On the other hand, education will also become a unique ingredient.

Some Speech about this game

Rashad Kabir also said, if you complete one step of the game, the students can go to the next step. In this way, by continuously completing various steps, they can go deeper into the contents. Know about the various aspects of science in the game. Through the game, students can easily master the complexity of science from complex riddles. Students will also get ideas about the application of education and practical education. This game has developed for students of class VI, VIII and VIII. The app can download from the Android Play Store and the Apple App Store.

Professor Mohammad Zafar Iqbal of Shahjalal Science and Technology University was present at the inauguration of the seminar. At the ceremony, he said, ‘Our primary job is to teach children that you read books.’

Policy Adviser Anir Chowdhury of the A2I program answered the questions of the students and guardians about the education system.

The other two programs inaugurated in the program are “Aggregated Reality Based Education” for students of pre-primary and special needs and animated content for students of the eighth, ninth and tenth-grade students ‘science at hand’.