Educational gaming company Osmo releases financial literacy and entrepreneurial game

The maker of Coding is shifting its focus to entrepreneurship and financial literacy.

Osmo’s latest release is called Pizza Co., an iPad game which teaches players to run a business and manage money. By making pizzas, players can grow their profits and invest them to upgrade their pizza shop or open new locations.

Osmo specializes in interactive iPad games, each one designed to teach its players a few specific skills. More than 15 thousand schools are currently using Osmo as part of their curriculum in over 42 countries around the world.

The game is designed to be a twist on the traditional lemonade stand and requires players to make pizza, make change and keep their customers happy.

Pizza Co. attempts to prove that entrepreneurship is a skill that can be taught, and more importantly, the younger the better.

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