Educational video games

I like to write about video games. And education. And educational video games.

Among many talks at Games for Change was one by some Valve representatives about education. Specifically, they have begun to advocate usage of their Perpetual Testing Initiative in classrooms. The Perpetual Testing Initiative, to summarize the hyperlink, is a mod tool for Portal 2 that allows you to build your […]

Valve and Eduational Games

I recently played Victoria II, a Paradox game that’s a lot like other Paradox games, only even less fun. It’s a grand-strategy game that attempts to simulate world history from 1836 to 1935. In practice, there isn’t much to do, and even less that is comprehensible. What Victoria II does […]

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