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In Argument Wars, you debate historical Supreme Court cases by advancing arguments and backing them up with supports. Play New Jersey v. T.L.O., Brown v. Board of Education, Miranda v. Arizona, Texas v. Johnson, or Gideon v. Wainwright today!…

The Redistricting Game is designed to educate, engage, and empower citizens around the issue of political redistricting. Currently, the political system in most states allows the state legislators themselves to draw the lines. This system is subject…

Geography based china history quiz game. This flash interactive is based on the board game Feilong: The China Game. A fun-to-play educational game expressly designed for Families with Children from China, Asian Studies educators and students, and…

Do I Have a Right? explores the Bill of Rights in the context of operating and growing a Constitutional law firm from obscure to distinguished status. Hire lawyers with special talents and areas of expertise and assign them to distraught clients with…

1066 is the most famous date in British history, but how might events have been different if you had been commanding the armies that fought for control of England? Take part in our unique and historically accurate strategy game and you'll take the…

My Culture Quest opens up the world of museums and galleries, giving you the opportunity to explore objects from many different countries and answer questions correctly in order to create your own exhibition.

On the adventure you are aided by one…

Play the Apple II version of Oregon Trail in your browser for free courtesy of Virtual Apple. Below is the original game description.

Try taking a journey by covered wagon across 2000 miles of plains, rivers, and mountains. Try! On the plains,…

Explore Franklin's Interactive Lifetime through a variety of interactive exhibits and learn about his life-long interest in self-improvement, communication, community, science, politics and diplomacy. Try to make your way from Boston to Philadelphia…

Montreal's history game for student sleuths. S.O.S. History is an adventure game challenging students to solve five mysteries at pivotal points in the history of Montreal. From the early days of the Ville de Montreal and the Great Peace of 1701 to…

The treacherous shores of Vancouver Island, BC, Canada contain 1.5 shipwrecks per mile. This virtual exhibition offers a wealth of information about the numerous ships that have foundered on the Island's shores as well as the fascinating human and…

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Title: Viking Quest
Review: The purpose of the game is to understand what it was like for Vikings to raid monasteries and other valuable places. It was interesting being able to take on the responsibilities associated with planning a raid. I was able to choose my crew, my ship, the route to take across the North Sea and where to land on the island the monastery was on. I now understand the risks associated with planning a raid. It was also interesting to see how I did in respect to my competitors. I did a very poor job and was sent to be a laborer for the rest of my life. I thought their reaction was slightly amusing. I think children will enjoy pretending to make these decisions. It's a good supplement if there is a unit on Vikings- the game shows you many different aspects of the raid and the vocabulary associated with the ship and the different members of the crew. However, it only goes over the basics, and I wouldn't recommend it for students higher than 6th or 7th grade.
By: sarahvandoren