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Profile: GoVenture Personal Finance



Title GoVenture Personal Finance
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Sponsor/Producer MediaSpark Inc
Developer MediaSpark Inc
Series GoVenture
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Company Description MediaSpark is an award-winning software development, publishing, and gamification company.
Description GoVenture Personal Finance simulation is a realistic software simulation designed to help youth and adults learn about personal money management decisions in a fun and educational manner. Establish your life plan, enter your financial information — income, expenses, assets, liabilities — and then live your financial future for up to 50 years. Decide where to invest your money — savings account, stocks, bonds, mutual funds, and more! Watch your investments grow and shrink based upon the economy, your investment decisions, and your personal spending habits. Will you be wealthy or bankrupt in the future? Can you afford to buy that new car or home today? Should you invest in a rental property or the stock market? When can you retire? Try GoVenture Personal Finance and find out!
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Price
Link www.goventure.net
Demo Available Yes
Link to Video http://www.goventure.net/Products/PF/Watch.aspx
Link(s) to Support Material http://www.goventure.net/Products/PF/About.aspx#
Platform(s)
Customizable (1 to 10) 6
Special Hardware No
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Year Designed
LMS Integration/ SCORM
Skill Level (Corporate/Military/Government)/Grade Level (Academic) Corporate, College, and High School
Student time Varies
Available ([O]pen / [R]estricted by Organization / [N]o longer Available
Single player/Multiplayer Single Player
Category: Serious Game

1 comment:

  1. The way they insisting us here is even the children also get to know some more details abut the current financial system in their home itself. Once they get to know about that then they themselves realise how to spend money.

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