AOUNDE, Aug 21 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Off a dusty path in the capital city, flanked by chickens roosting in the grass, one of Cameroon's most successful digital startups is capitalising on its success to foster a new generation of entrepreneurs. Founded in 2013, Kiro'o Games has grown to become Central Africa's first major video games studio. It draws on African mythology rather than Hollywood for inspiration, as in its fantasy role-playing game "Aurion: Legacy of the Kori-Odan". Today, Kiro'o's online educational platform Rebuntu, launched in June last year, trains young Cameroonians to navigate obstacles in real-life business. "Our generation has the duty to bring something really new that will finally generate growth," said Olivier Madiba, founder and chief executive officer of Kiro'o. Subscribers pay 10,000 Central African francs ($17.50) to access a digital training manual, featuring cartoons and advice on how to find good projects, hire the right staff and secure investor funding. They can also seek online and in-person mentoring from Kiro'o staff. In volatile Central Africa, better known for conflict, disease and poverty, training locals to set up international companies may seem like mission impossible. Cameroon gaming stars train new generation of business superheroes That's pretty cool.