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Serious Games winners of 2009

 DimensionM™ has been named a finalist in the 2009 Serious Games Showcase and Challenge.
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DimensionM™ has been named a finalist in the 2009 Serious Games Showcase and Challenge.

The annual competition recognizes the top 12 finalists in each of three categories including business, education, and government. All entries are judged in three primary areas: Solution to a Stated Problem; Technical Quality; and Playability/Usability.

Designed to reinforce key math concepts, the DimensionM instructional software engages students in a series of first-person action adventure missions that incorporate three-dimensional graphics, sound, animation and storylines comparable to those in popular video games. DimensionM games adhere to NCTM standards and those of all 50 states, and are currently used in schools and districts across the country.

For more information visit www.DimensionM.com

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