Trio Of Educational Games Winners Of 2013 Holiday Award!
San Francisco, December 2 nd 2013: Casual games developer and publisher ‘EnsenaSoft’ is proud to announce the Seal Of Approval recognition for 3 of its leading educational games by The National Parenting Center ( www.tnpc.com). ‘ABC Coloring Town’, ‘Fantastic Four In A Row 2’ and ‘Fantastic Checkers 2’ have all been awarded winners of the prestigious Holiday 2013 Seal Of Approval and accepted into its program. A complete list of winners that also include Disney®, Leapfrog®, Mattel®, and Hasbro® is available from here: http://the-parenting-center.com/about-the-seal-of-approval
The National Parenting Center's Seal of Approval program is an independent testing procedure conducted to judge a variety of products introduced and marketed to the parent and child consumer market. The program is designed to continue the efforts of The National Parenting Center, which was chartered in 1989 to help create better informed parents as they tackle the challenges and enjoy the many rewards of parenting.
Says Founder & Chief Creative Officer of ‘EnsenaSoft’, Sam DenHartog, “We are thrilled and excited to have 3 of our most popular educational games selected as winners of the 2013 Holiday Seal Of Approval by The National Parenting Center. It is a testament to our continued support to develop and publish only the very best of family-friendly casual entertainment products and games”.
‘EnsenaSoft’ has created a special webpage that offers quick access to all of its versions of ‘ABC Coloring Town’, ‘Fantastic Four In A Row 2’ and ‘Fantastic Checkers 2’
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‘EnsenaSoft’ has mastered the art of developing and publishing the very best of family-friendly games for generations to enjoy. With a growing portfolio of high-quality titles in all popular gaming genres, the studio has released some incredibly popular casual- and educational-games to critical acclaim throughout the years.