We're getting kids off the couch
Do you remember when you were little and had an imaginary friend? Maybe you had a spaceship or an enchanted forest only could see.
Imagine what it would be like to give your kids the possibility to create their own imaginary world and design their own motion games to share with their friends...
Magical Park -
The World's first
Magical Park is a subscription service for councils or other sponsors who want to offer their community free family entertainment in a local park. Our games get kids off the couch and physically active outside for an average of 30-60min.
Magical Park is what we call a geofenced game, which can only be played in selected parks. Magical Parks have been vetted for safety by Geo AR Games and our partners to ensure a positive play environment.
We don't allow data mining or in-game advertising and we aim to deliver ethical games parents approve of.
“Geo” stands for Geolocation or Geospatial. It represents the use of real-world locations via GPS coordinates. Geo AR Games uses Geolocation to determine the location of the player and using this information, renders a corresponding Augmented World around them.
We believe combining outdoor play with technology can motivate kids to get off the couch and be more physically active.
Geo AR Games are the perfect tool to use technology to interact with the world, not hide away from it.
We can’t reverse technology or progress, nor should we try. What we can do is create healthy relationships with technology by using the screen to get kids outdoors and moving around.
Kids love playing mobile games outside, because they get to run around and have fun in an even more engaging way.
Our integrated safety features, like our Digital Fence, keep the game play within park boundaries.
INTERACT WITH THE WORLD
At Geo AR Games we encourage kids to be active outside through mobile games. We feel we have succeeded when kids eventually get interested in climbing a tree, playing tag or discovering nature.
Our games aim at establishing a healthy relationship with technology and nature.