Idra Interactive Studios is a development company founded in 2020 in Rome. Our activity in the world of video games began during the same year thanks to Code # DNA, through our expertise both in the development of commercial video games and in the creation of applied games and interactive works with a different cultural significance.
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The goal of Idra Interactive Studios is to design and develop distinctive video games to be published on the national and international market, both within the edutainment sector and in the commercial sphere.

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Code#DNA follows the story of Dr. Emma (fictional character), a young molecular anthropologist of the University of Tor Vergata who collaborates in a series of scientific research activities related to the extraction and study of ancient DNA from various human finds. The cases examined in the video game are inspired by real research carried out by the Center on real archaeological sites:

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Code#DNA follows the story of Dr. Emma (fictional character), a young molecular anthropologist of the University of Tor Vergata who collaborates in a series of scientific research activities related to the extraction and study of ancient DNA from various human finds. The cases examined in the video game are inspired by real research carried out by the Center on real archaeological sites:

  • Lazzaretto Nuovo a Venezia, dove fu sepolta una donna nel Cinquecento
  • Grotta Guattari a San Felice Circeo, luogo di ritrovamento dei resti di un Neanderthal
  • Siberia, dove vivrà un’indagine attorno all’esistenza dei leggendari Yeti
  • Siviglia, presunta sepoltura di Cristoforo Colombo
  • Cattedrale di San Fermo a Verona, considerato il luogo di sepoltura di un grande cavaliere templare.

Dr. Emma will do her researches in the laboratory of the Center, perfectly reconstructed according to its real model, and also on the archaeological sites in question, using a suggestive plot device: Emma, in fact, manages to live what are called “lucid dreams”, over which the young researcher has full control; therefore, she will retrace in her dreams the research theaters in which she participated or which she studied, in search of clues and finds to analyze.

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