'Game of the States' Review

With 'hands on learning' as one of the leading buzzwords in education, games have become all the rage. Easy to follow rules with a clear path to winning are key factors when developing an educational game.

We are happy to give 'Game of the States' our stamp of approval! Learning doesn't stop at the states and their capitals. The game goes beyond fact memorization to introduce skills such as buying, selling, and even gambling*.

*If player one wants to sell their good to player two for more than the spinner indicates, the player two spins for a new price. The new price may be more or less than the original price and player one must accept.

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