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Games suitable for aiding and enhancing learning in various educational settings. All recommendations are categorized by suggested subjects, minimum play length, and recommended teacher gaming experience

Recommended October 15, 2015
"History. 3-4 hours. Difficult. Control an existing nation state during the first and second world wars. Play with student input in class to discuss WWII"
Recommended October 15, 2015
"History.1-2 hours. Intermediate. Fight as a soldier on the Western Front in World War I. Have students play on teams. Use as context for discussing WWI."
Recommended October 15, 2015
"Intermediate. 1-2 hours. Puzzle action game about hacking — reprogram object properties, hack creature behavior, and even rewrite the game's code."
Recommended October 15, 2015
"Easy. 1+ hours. Charming and beautiful platformer based on Alaskan culture and folklore."
Recommended October 13, 2015
"20 mins+. EFL . Practice communicating with efficiency and precision. Roleplay w/ time constraints breaks students' reluctance to speak English."
Recommended August 11, 2015
"2+ hours. Experienced. History. Realistic simulation of the Grand War. Choose strategies and discuss counterfactual history."
Recommended August 10, 2015
"2+ hours. Easy. Philosophy. Religious studies. Simple puzzle game with a solid philosophical wrapping."
Recommended August 10, 2015
"2+ hours. Intermediate. Social Sciences. Economics. - City builder/simulator. Design, build, manage and expand your own metropolis."
Recommended August 10, 2015
"2++ hours. Intermediate. Physics. Engineering. Programming. Play as a space miner trying to build complex space faring vehicles. Programmable blocks."
Recommended August 10, 2015
"1 hour or less. Easy. Chemistry. Logic. Problem Solving. Programming. - Use nodes to design a chemical reactor as efficiently as possible."
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