One of the UK’s leading creative agencies specialising in games ‘Fish in a Bottle’, have won a competitive pitch to produce a web game for San Francisco based children’s learning and entertainment brand ‘Leapfrog’.

Justin Eames, Managing Director of Fish in a Bottle said “We have a long track record of  working with educational organisations. Our belief is that games and playfulness are among the most powerful teaching tools available today. We feel sure that our partnership with Leapfrog, and the success of their products will allow us to continue developing innovative and high quality games that reach large audiences and benefit children.”

Fish in a Bottle’s first project for Leapfrog will be a mathematics learning game which uses gameplay to teach math fundamentals to players aged 4 to 9 year. This announcement comes shortly after Leapfrog won the ‘Toy of the Year’ award at the 2011 Toy Industry Awards in London for their ‘LeapPad’ games console.

Fish in a bottle are the Leamington Spa based digital agency who specialise in the design and production of world class, award winning games and interactive experiences. For more about the studio visit

LeapFrog is a leading designer, developer and marketer of innovative, technology-based educational products and related proprietary content. LeapFrog is 100% focused on developing products that will provide the most engaging, effective learning experience - for all ages, in school or home, around the world.

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