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About Kummara

Kummara is a game studio focusing on serious game, gamification, and interactive system design. Supported by passionate team we also known as a pioneer in the serious game industry and gamification implementation in Indonesia. Our concepts, games, and our game design approach have been implemented in many fields: education, research, business, social campaign, marketing, and many more.

Our Service and Expertise

We believe game is powerful media and with the right design and development process it can be use effectively to deliver message, collecting data, early mapping, motivating behavior change, and create a positive impact in many fields. Our approach and passionate team can help you to design and implement the best game in your field of work.

Interactivity and engagement are keys in learning environment. One of our passion is to implement our approach to enhance learning experience. We have the capability to design a special game and interactive concept to help you deliver any learning objectives in the most effective and enjoyable way.

Game design approach can be implemented beyond the game it self. Designed it wright and we will have higher engagement level that will motivate better result in any fields. Gamification and interactive system design are part of our passion and our way to show that we can truly make impact trough game.

News and Updates

Inspiration is God’s Gift

I always believe that inspiration is one of a great gift God has given to us, human. Working in the game industry make me learn a lot about how to be a game designer. For me, such a job title is prestigious indeed. Inspiration has an important part in a game

Gaming for Granted

The domination of console gaming started in the early 90’s by the birth of Nintendo, SEGA, and of course, Playstation. In Indonesia, the domination of console gaming is ironically supported by the dark side of the industry, piracy. It was sadly, a common practice those days to buy pirated games,

The Easiest Way to Market Your Game

The art of making a product is far different from selling it. While it is true the two processes are connected to each others and cannot be separated, most game developers will find it hard to penetrate the market. Solutions in the area are there, yet which one is the

Ideas are Free

During the last few weeks, we had a chance to do some research and discussion about copyright issue in gaming industry. Based on some references, we gained new knowledge concerning which elements in a game that can be protected, and which ones are not. Basically the current copyright law allows people

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