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Games in History classroom - HTAV presentation 2013

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iPad game apps for the history classroom by Lucy Moore and Clare Rafferty

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Games in History classroom - HTAV presentation 2013

  1. 1. Games in the History Classroom Using Apps for idevices By Clare Rafferty and Lucy Moore
  2. 2. Minecraft
  3. 3. SketchNation
  4. 4. Civilisation Revolution victory (16 in full version) • INTENSE COMBAT: • Triple your strength by combining up to three units into one powerful army and destroy your enemies. Level them up through military victories to gain additional strength and new abilities. • TOUCH BASED CONTROLS: • Completely new interface designed for gesture-based controls. Zoom in with a pinch, move your units with a drag and scroll across the map with a flick. • ACCESSIBLE TO ALL: • An integrated tutorial and friendly advisors are all here to help newcomers and seasoned Civ veterans alike.
  5. 5. European exploration Explore the new world as a European power in the 15th Century by funding and sending expeditions out into the unknown. Hire captains, build ships and outfit voyages to learn of the wonders of the new world. Expeditions can be dangerous however, so be careful or else Europe may never hear of your discoveries!
  6. 6. Senet
  7. 7. smarty apps by siem sa
  8. 8. Herod’s lost tomb Explore the ancient biblical world, uncover hidden archeological clues, and help researchers solve the mystery of Herod’s Lost Tomb in this hidden object game from National Geographic. Herod’s Lost Tomb allows players to join archeologists as they excavate masterpieces of ancient architecture and examine clues that reveal the final resting places of one of the Bible’s most infamous characters. Using classic hidden object gameplay and controls designed specifically for the iPhone, players must explore a variety of environments and find the hidden items in each location. Can you find the clues and uncover the grave? Find out in Herod’s Lost Tomb from National Geographic!