Through research, we learned that study of the music industry provides access to a wide range of business disciplines, while focusing on a fun product that every kid loves – music. With this insight, Music Mogul was born.
Cape Breton University wanted to inspire Aboriginal Youth to pursue business studies and entrepreneurship, and selected a mobile game as the mechanism. But how do you get kids to play a game about business? Revolve was happy to take on this challenge to conceive and execute a game that’s both fun and educational.
Revolve managed the concept, animations, graphic design, game design and development, and learning outcomes for Music Mogul. We also leveraged our contacts to connect with cutting edge First Nation, Metis, and Inuit artists to provide the game’s soundtrack. The result is an all-aboriginal soundtrack featuring A Tribe Called Red, Joey Stylez, Elisapie, Madeskimo and Red City, making Music Mogul the first game of its kind.