Graphogame is a game developed by the University of Jyväskylä in Finland and the Niilo Mäki Foundation. This game aimed to stimulate phonological aspects of reading, such as letter-sound connections, decoding, and word reading. For this reason, it is recommended for preschoolers and students who are just beginning to learn to read.
Unlike other games, GraphoGame intelligently adapts to player performance, motivating them to play. It automatically adjusts to each player’s skill level.
GraphoGame can be installed on mobile devices such as tablets and smartphones, both Android and iOS. The Chilean version of the game is free so that everyone can benefit from a fun game, developed by Chilean and Finnish researchers, with scientific evidence.
The Chilean version in Spanish of the game, is the result of the work of a great multidisciplinary team. This team has been working since 2011, when they began to develop and test its effectiveness experimentally.
In 2017, the GraphoGame company emerged from the partnership between the Finnish educational technology company “Learning Intelligence Group” and the University of Jyväskylä, who was the pioneer in the development and scientific research of this game. GraphoGame is currently developing and launching new evidence-based literacy games with its university partners around the world. In addition to the Chilean version of the game in Spanish, there are versions in other languages such as English, French, Dutch and Chinese (pinyin). An there are also different versions in development for Swedish, Portuguese, and Sub-Saharan languages.