Parama AB’s CEO, Patrik Carlstedt.

Sweden-based mobile developer, Parama AB, has launched its highly-acclaimed maths quiz game ‘Elementa’ in Asia. Parama has chosen Malaysia and China as Asian launch countries. The app is now available on the Apple App Store.

Since its launch in Sweden on March 26, Elementa has been on the top of the Swedish app charts with a vast number of downloads, with players across all ages.

Elementa has received raved reviews since its introduction. USA-based iPhonemom and Swedish newspapers gave Elementa 4 of 5 stars rating. The educational app also received encouraging feedback from players themselves with an overall rating of 5 over 5 stars on the App Store.


According to Patrik Carlstedt, Parama AB’s chief executive officer, Malaysia was chosen as one of the launch countries because of its incredible statistics in academic achievement and social media adoption. Carlstedt believes that Malaysia is a good proving ground for an education-based app/game. Elementa is now available in Bahasa Malaysia, Mandarin Chinese and English.

The app combines fun and learning through disciplines of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.

The app allows users to challenge specific friends or choose and random opponent to compete with, over three fast rounds. Competitors earn points in one on one competition, and subsequently unlock new avatars and titles with each accumulated victory of skill required.

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The app is a free download and available on the Apple App Store.

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