Who are we?
Onteca is an independent games development studio based in Liverpool that was established in 2001.
During 2016 we will be releasing Monsters vs. Robots on Steam Greenlight, Space Ribbon, a party race game for all major platforms and CHILLpanda a mobile and handheld "relax to win" game for anxiety reduction.
Through our partner companies CGA Simulation and Applaud Productions we provide simulation and MMO game services.
Until 2015 we produced innovative top-tier Casual games and applications iPhone/iPod touch/iPad and Android. We have had a number of Top Ten titles for iOS including Draw with Powertools which was Number 1 in Switzerland and Top 10 in 11 other countries, Santa Tracker which reached the Top 5 in the USA and UK in 2015 and Big Pub Quiz which was a Top 10 iPad Game in the in the UK in 2013.
Onteca's portfolio of Smart Phone games has racked up over 10,000,000 downloads on Apple's App Store, Google Play and Amazon App Store. We have unparalleled experience and expertise in innovative technologies and have also produced interactive content for a wide range of clients, including the BBC, AMD and Intel.
CHILL-panda is a serious game app that provides a gamified experience of Anxiety Reduction and Mood regulation. Developed through a deep collaboration between a Clinical Psychologist, academics and a Liverpool based computer game and app developer with funding from Innovate UK.
CHILL-panda uses bio-feedback. It captures heart rate and self-rated mood to reflect the user’s emotional state and encourage users to undertake relax-to-win games, mindfulness and breathing activities within a playful environment where users are able to care for and interact with a cute avatar CHILL-panda. CHILL-panda is expressive and able to reflect and influence the users’ moods.
We use Computer Game Technologies to visualise and solve problems from the real world.
We are a Liverpool based company with offices at Toxteth TV.
We examined how mission planning algorithms can be developed through the use of simulators and machine learning.
We developed a simulation of a small town traffic network and created an anomaly analyser driven by machine learning that is able to identify suspicious behaviour.
The Gamma programme was a collaboration between eight industry and academic partners: North West Aerospace Alliance (NWAA), BAE Systems, Universities of Manchester, Lancaster, Salford, Liverpool, UCLAN, Liverpool (including the Virtual Engineering Centre), National Nuclear Laboratories Limited. The Programme has also been supported by Lancashire County Council.
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