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UpToTen: The History of Inventions

This interactive game will surprise you as you try to put inventions in the correct place along a time line.
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This interactive game will surprise you as you try to put inventions in the correct place along a time line. The first time line covers inventions from 1280 to 1891. When you’ve placed the inventions correctly along that time line, move along to the next level which includes inventions from 1903 up to 1985. When you place each invention in the right spot, information appears on the screen to tell you about the inventor and a little about the invention itself. You’ll be amazed at the ideas people had way back when.

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