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rodeoneerer
Jan 25, 2022
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Educational games are necessary and useful, but rarely do they reach a wider audience. The production of WikiTrivia can be quite different, because it was created using the Wikipedia database, a popular online encyclopedia. The game consists in placing cards symbolizing successive historical events in the correct chronological order. At the beginning, we have assigned one random one to which we have to match the other and decide whether the presented event took place before or after it. For example, we are shown at the beginning that Lolita, a short story by Vladimir Nabokov, was published in 1950. Now we have to decide whether the Chinese Civil War ended before or after this event. The beginnings are usually easy, because most often we get events that are hundreds or even thousands of years apart. However, the farther into the forest, the harder it is. The game displays events close to dates, and the user has the opportunity to show off his historical knowledge or intuition. The game is really demanding and my best score is just 10 out of 10 tries, but a few more approaches and I will definitely be able to improve my record. The events are really diverse and span basically from the earth's creation to the most recent events. The gameplay is so designed that you want to play again after each defeat. Even now, after practically every sentence I write, I try to beat my result again, unfortunately with poor results. This time I did not know that the story of the red cap was written after the death of Saints Cyril and Methodius, but before the formation of the Chagatai Khanate. Interestingly, the game takes even more time to refer to Wikipedia. Each game card on its back has key information for that event. This motivates you to read about some interesting events. Although I must admit that the game can cause frustration, especially when you are wrong by a year or two. Unfortunately, the game is not without errors, some cards do not load at all, and the dates can be mixed up, but Tom James Watson, author of the Wiki History Game is watching over it. Z2u.com provide people 24/7 customer support and Fast Delivery guaranteed. Buy Cheap Wikipedia Accounts online, you need to compare prices with different websites, we believe in deeply that you can purchase the most reputable service from z2u.com with reasonable price.
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