Startup Spotlight: Game Collage makes kids’ apps to entertain, inspire, educate

Startup Spotlight: Game Collage makes kids’ apps to entertain, inspire, educate

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Juraj Hlavac of Game Collage Kids love apps. But not everything found in the mobile app stores these days is suitable for young, impressionable minds. Luckily, some Seattle developers are taking it upon themselves to create mobile experiences that keep kids entertained and educated, and parents satisfied. A few weeks...
Startup Spotlight: Game Collage makes kids’ apps to entertain, inspire, educate
                                       

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