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Time Lord

Time Lord is an interactive game that tests your knowledge of many areas of history. Through video and audio clips and questions, you can make your way across the virtual board to win. The questions cover the following areas: Exploration, Military and War, Mysteries of History, Political and Historical Figures, Science and Technology, Society and Culture, U.S. History, and World History. You can play as a single player without registering.

World Archipelago for The History Channel

• Learning Games • Audio • Pictures and/or Illustrations

• High School Middle School

Janet Davidson



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