Have you ever wondered what it’s like to be a bee? Well if you are curious, there’s a new simulation game that gives you an inside look at the real lives and struggles of the American wild bee. Both educational and entertaining, Bee Simulator allows you to fly around our colorful … [Read more...] about Game designers have created a simulator that let’s you live the life of a bee
The father of the industry emphasizes the social value of games | September 2006 issue “The video game business has taken a turn that is not typical. Typically games were social. You played games together with others, at a party or at home. Then the video games came. We’ve seen … [Read more...] about Playing together
What video games can teach educators about improving our schools Marco Visscher| September 2006 issue The door closes with a squeak and a creak. Oh no! Is it locked? Let’s check… No, thank God, you can open it… So now, another go at getting to the ladder. Maybe through this … [Read more...] about Reading, writing and playing The Sims
A shooting game that makes young cancer patients healthier | September 2006 issue During his career, David Warhol has created numerous video and computer games for children. He specialized in non-violent games—Casper the Friendly Ghost, Sesame Street, Ren %amp% Stimpy—but was … [Read more...] about Watch out for that cancer cell!