Innovating Learning through Gamification



We are a multiple award-winning organisation that specialises in learning gamification solutions. Our team is trained by world renowned organizations such as IMD, Wharton Business School, IDEO, Pixar, and Lego Serious Play. Using game psychology and mechanics to make training highly experiential and engaging, Think Codex has been creating waves in the HR development community for its clever use of games as instruction. Our solutions are designed to empower business people to overcome challenges in fun, creative ways.

Our headquarters is in Malaysia, with R&D partners in USA, UK, Netherlands, Singapore and Australia. We develop our own gamification solutions and Intellectual Property (IP) as part of our vision to be Malaysia's first global learning & development organization. Our clients consist of Fortune 500 companies, conglomerates and HR consulting firms. We are recognized experts in our field with engagements in business radio, newspapers, industry magazines, conferences and social media.

We are in beginning our exciting journey towards regional expansion and bringing our solutions to South East Asia and Europe within 2 years.

  • Andrew Lau
    CEO & Founder
  • Sufiz Suffian
    Business Development Lead
  • Kerry Wong
    Lead Gamification Designer
  • Lex Tan
    Gamification Technologist
  • Jordy Kool
    Investor & Advisor

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