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Political video game simulates 2004 election

Video games often take some of the blame for a number of societys ills, from problems with violence to childhood obesity. Through the morass of Grand Theft Auto and Max Payne, though, a truly informational and interesting game has emerged, an Oregon Trail for the 21st century.

Magic Lantern Games, based out of Illinois, has develo......

Full article >>> interesting matchups, as well as enhances the games replay value. Everyones interested in this election, but after that a way to really enhance the experience is to go back in time, Schuytema said. You can play around with the fun stuff, with a modern candidate versus an old candidate and see how that plays out.

In the past, election video games and simulations have been more detail-orie......

Full article >>> ple are much more engaged and tend to learn better when they have a clear goal in front of them, such as winning a presidential election, Squire said. Games also typically stimulate your curiosity quite a bit. Just by interacting with games, people start to interpret the core assumptions behind the premise and gain insight into what is perceived as the key roles and the key variables in an electio......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Gregg Sparks 03/24/04


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