We at The Wealth Factory, Inc. develop adapting environments, frameworks and technologies that would help our users with their financial literacy education through online gaming, adaptive testing and other means.
Our mission is to reduce poverty by providing equal access to quality, easy to understand financial literacy across the world.
Our cumulative experience in technology, commerce and education under one roof.
Our goal is to help everyone to manage their finances.
Ratings and Reviews
Take it a step further
The concept of a game that educates people on understanding and building good credit is awesome. However, I didn’t find the game to be as educational as I would have liked. The system of paying of debt seemed random. I found myself unsure of what combinations would result in significant debt elimination and which ones were less beneficial. Completing each round took far too long, to the point that I would often lose interest in continuing to play. Again, great concept but name need some refining in its execution. I would like to see dollars being generated from matches being made, with increase in dollars earned occurring when longer strings were created. At the end of the round player uses money to pay bills based on interest, due dates, etc. If not enough money is earned to pay bills debt is created and must be eliminated in the following rounds before they’re sent to collections. Perhaps something where credit cards and loans could be obtained also. Hope to see the game mature and become a great learning tool.
Great concept- NEED bug fixes
Similar to candy crush. But there is a voice in the background giving you facts about credit! The game tests you at random about credit- but when the the “question box” pops up only the answers appear. No questions (ie: “Question! A)80% B)10% C)50%) so you’re just left blindly clicking an answer until u click the correct one to make the pop up go away.
When the home page shows, it screens past the game levels. In order for me to click on to the next level I have to stop the screen from moving with one finger and simultaneously try click on the next level with another- just to try to keep the screen from moving and move to the next level.
These are the only major concerns. Other than that I have learned some interesting facts about credit!
Great Concept But would like to see
I listened to Angel on the Breakfast Club. I was excited about her vision and immediately thought I need to play the game. The concept is great but I think it’s not connected enough for me. I was hoping to see more of the game connected to learning. For instance, if I wanted to use the app for my kids (8 and 4) I would like to start them with a game that shows them concepts and not just allow them to hear concepts. I played the game a good hour and heard the same facts on the Fico Score. Would have been great to put the concept to work within the game other than matching like Candy crush. But again I think it’s a great concept (teaching financial literacy in an educational game app) but just thinking the game and info should tie together. Keep pushing sis because I think you moving in the right direction.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.