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Tanya Alexander and Julie Samus approached Daily Press with a concept. Children growing up in recent years are always on their devices, sometimes neglecting their studies in the process. Screen Time is a worry for many parents across Australia, including Tanya and Julie themselves.

They saw an opportunity to create a game that would be equal parts fun and educational. They came to Daily Press hoping to bring their vision to life. After a few years of intense development, a market-ready game was completed and ready to launch.

The game has seen huge success since it launched earlier this year. It has been praised by many well-known Australians including Phil Gould, Mark Geyer and Andrew Voss. It gained so much traction, it even made an appearance on the Today Show.

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