Evaluation Videogames - Evaluation Videogames
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Historical strategy. Organization skills
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IES Doctor Lluis Simarro Lacabra IES Doctor Lluis Simarro Lacabra
This game, besides every similar element to other strategy game is extraordinarily useful to get to know some elements of the different civilizations at the time of the Roman empire and earlier. It wakes the curiosity of the player on what kind of armies they really had and how they had war Paco Miro Xativa Workshop
This game is very winning for its graphic dress, especially for students in adolescent age; the spaciousness of the "free roaming" it allows besides the player to be able to explore a vast part of the environment in which the various battles will be developed or where the player can build a city. This game is lent to also be used to school by the teachers during their explanations of the most important battles of the Roman Empire; it can prove besides very useful for the mental disabled pupils, for which it will be very simpler to acquire some notions on the Roman Empire through the virtual simulation of battles. This videogame finally has the merit to be able to be also installed on not recent operational systems what Windows XP (SP3), of way to be been able to also be used in that institutes endowed with computer postings had been adjourning for different years not anymore. This game is proper both for the simple impassioned of battles and for the same teachers of History, that will find in this video game a further possibility to mostly do their job in a “interactive” way.
Comment posted above by Tiziano Nincheri, teacher of Italian language, History and Geography in the Secondary schools.