Aklavya : The free educational video game for children


Aklavya the free educational video game for children is getting a facelift with a new level being added to the game. A playable demo version is available for gamers to try their hands and minds on at the official website of Aklavya, and soon this game will have a new level added to it.
The game is about the journey of a boy named Aklavya and his friend Suchitra and the story travels through various IQ tests including math skills, logical reasoning and grammar. Based loosely on the classic fable of Betal and Vikramaditya, the game has fared exceptionally well with young children.

Even many adults who tried their hands on the game found some math questions tricky and described the game as addictive and entertaining. The maker of Aklavya, the educational video game, Vivek Chakraverty said that they intend to fine-tune the graphics of the game to make it more high definition and to bring in other realistic 3D elements into the game. They also aim to add a twist through space-time travel and adventure amongst many other interesting game play tweaks. These interesting new additions are already in process of making and will soon be implemented into the game, to make Aklavya’s journey more interesting.
About the game and its team:
Aklavya is an educational video game for kids, which is an endeavor towards the future of game-based education. With the strive for engaging students in the process of learning and the efforts of coming up with more creative ways to teach kids, Aklavya is a video game that intends to not impart knowledge among kids but also to keep them voluntarily involved and interested in learning by rewarding them with the feeling of pleasure they feel upon gaining new insights. Aklavya is the virtual reality of most of our childhood imaginations.
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Puneet Bansal

I’m Puneet Bansal, a simple but yet exciting guy based out of Delhi. I am a writer by hobby, Photographer by passion, Poet by mood and HR by profession.

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