Roman Town transports kids back in time

3/26/2014 5:00:00 PM
Title: Roman Town
Summary: Puzzles and mini-games make Roman history come alive
Pros: The educational content is seamlessly integrated into gameplay and comes with a teacher dashboard to monitor students' progress.
Cons: The graphics are adequate but not as robust as the current video games.
Bottom Line: Roman Empire learning game transports kids back in time for a rich, interactive experience.
 
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