Games are a very powerfull tool for learning skills and subjects. In deep, all games are educational and give us the oportunity to explore, at a reasonable pace, new worlds, possibilities and develop a set of competences for the real life. So, we make a list of the best games for learning.
Citizen Science: In Citizen Science, players meet characters that each plays a part in the pollution of your local lake. To change the course of history, you are sent back in time to gather evidence by exploring the environment and asking questions. All the evidence gathered can be used to create “arguments” that are key in being used to change the future. In addition, players at times are asked to gather various data with different scientific tools to help aid in the story’s progress. This allows players to attach a real-world context to the research that is done to understand fresh water science.
Argument Wars: In Argument Wars, you will try out your persuasive abilities by arguing a real Supreme Court case. The other lawyer is your competition. Whoever uses the strongest arguments wins!