Schogini announces Artificial Intelligence based gaming apps


Tvm: Technopark based Schogini Systems today announced its foray into the artificial intelligence gaming industry with games for iPhones and iPads. The company has partnered with two of the leading Artificial Intelligence (AI) based Chess engine creators Don Dailey and American Chess Grand Master Larry Kaufman to offer Komodo 4 on mobile and Facebook platforms. (Komodo 4 is rated as one of the top two chess engines in the world).

Interacting with the media, Sreeprakash Neelakantan, MD, Schogini Systems said, “Schogini has about 200 apps on iTunes and 100+ on the Android market. We get about 3,000 downloads every day and there has been a 150% increase every month, in the last few months. 80% of our revenue comes from Apple. We have plans to port all our games to the Android platform and to launch at least four apps for Windows Mobile by March. Schogini has plans to build products that can nurture the learning and thinking abilities of our kids on all platforms. DIY Electrical and Electronics teaching Apps for students and apps for Pre-School kids are some of them.”

Schogini is also ready with a game called The Laser Game: Khet 2.0. The company has partnered with the inventor of the game, Luke Hooper of Innovention Toys USA to provide Khet game on mobiles and Facebook platforms. The game will be launched free on Android phones in two weeks.

Founded by Sreeprakash in 1997 in Trivandrum, Schogini Systems was a 100% EOU and had recently moved into the Leela Infopark in Technopark campus. The company plans to be 1,000 strong in the next two years and has taken up 20,000 sq. ft. in the yet-to-be launched Technopark Phase III. Augmented Reality (AR) and Image Processing are two key areas which Schogini will focus in the coming months.

Gayatri S Ajith, CEO, Schogini Systems and Binu Sankar, CEO, Group of Technology Companies based in Government owned IT Parks in Kerala (GTech) were also present during the press meet which was orgainised by GTech’s support.

Anil Philip
Kerala IT News


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