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My Culture Quest

Here’s a game where you combine geography with an opportunity to explore artistic objects from different cultures.
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Here’s a game where you combine geography with an opportunity to explore artistic objects from different cultures. Your task is to fill a museum exhibition with examples of various kinds of art from different countries. You’ll be choosing objects that are centered around a certain theme, as well as objects that are of a similar type, but from different cultures. The game is timed and moves along quickly. As you choose your items, you find out some information about them. The museum curator asks you questions about your choices, and if you answer incorrectly, you cannot take the item. At the end of the game you can see how your objects are displayed in the exhibition.

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