Embark on a New Adventure with Akeakami Quest, a New iOS and Android App Designed to Teach Agile Skills to Build Teams
Gelling is pleased to announce the release of Akeakami Quest, a new iOS and Android app designed to teach Agile Skills To Build Teams. Akeakami Quest is now the #1 survival team building game on the market. Teams bond and learn to work together while attempting to ensure the survival of an island tribe in an intriguing new multiplayer online game from Agile Literacy.Akeakami Quest is designed to motivate, inspire, and increase the effectiveness of teams across all industries. Released by Gelling, Agile Literacy's trademark dedicated to teaching Agile concepts using games and stories, Akeakami Quest helps teams learn problem-solving skills in a fun new way. The game asks users to embark on a quest to save the Akeakami tribe by finding crystals of life to restore the island. It is now available for free in the iOS App Store and as an Android app through Google Play. "A team that works well together has consistently better outcomes than those that are unfocused and prone to miscommunications," said Leonor Urena, CEO at Gelling. "Akeakami Quest aims to build the respect and trust that team members have for each other."Akeakami Quest is unlike ANY other game on the market! The game is best utilized with five or more team members but can be played with even fewer users. Teams can see a variety of benefits, including improved problem-solving skills, reinforced collaboration, and increased cooperation. "An engrossing story is one of the most effective ways to learn the new skills that allow teams to reach their highest potential," Urena said. "That is Akeakami Quest's highest goal." Akeakami Quest is now available for download on iOS and Android. More information can be found at http://gelling.agileliteracy.com/akeakami-quest. About Gelling Based in Matawan, N.J., in 2012, Agile Literacy's trade mark Gelling, is dedicated to helping individuals learn the Agile concepts and skills they need to better work as part of a team. By using games and storytelling methods, team skills are introduced, bonds form, and productivity increases. For more information, visit http://gelling.agileliteracy.com/.