swimming in subnautica

By day I’m an attorney/professor/administrator/mediator/PhD student, but by night I’m an avid video gamer. I have been since Santa gifted me with my first NES back in the 1980s. There are plenty of arguments to make about the benefits of video games, such as improvements in making quick decisions (Green et al. 2010), stress relief…

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What in the World is Game-Based Education? The Good, the Bad, the Dysentery

I grew up in the golden age of educational gaming. I don’t know that any games have matched the cultural and educational impact of the 8-bit majesty of The Oregon Trail (play the 1990 version here: https://archive.org/details/msdos_Oregon_Trail_The_1990) or the full-color wonder of Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego? (play the 1985 version here: https://archive.org/details/msdos_Where_in_the_World_is_Carmen_Sandiego_1985) […]

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