Presidents-Mania is an educational game covering 41 Presidents. It has eight levels and lets you choose what time period you wish to cover. Its great pictures and ease of use make it not only educational, but also fun.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP
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Description: Presidents-Mania is an educational game covering our 41 Presidents. It has eight levels and lets you choose which Presidents you want to cover. In Level S you study the clues and essays. In Level 1 you match 3 pictures to names. In Level 2 you match 3 pictures with names to clues. In Level 3 you match 3 pictures to clues. In Level 4 you match 6 pictures with names to clues. In Level 5 you match 6 pictures to clues. In Level 6 you match 3 clues to 3 different clues then select names. In Level 7 you match 6 clues to 6 different clues then select names. An IQ Test is also included that asks you twenty questions about the Presidents.
The subjects includes Presidents 1 - 12, Presidents 13 - 25, and Presidents 25 - 42. You may also choose all Presidents. There is a set number of questions and you are scored for each one. There is also a zany bonus question that will add 5 points to the score for that question. When all the questions have been completed the average score is configured and you are given a rank. The ranks are Novice, Learner, Master Learner, Junior Historian, Historian, Senior Historian, Master Historian, and Einstein. Also on the score screen there are two buttons that lets you choose to play the same level again or advance to the next level. The great pictures and ease of use makes this game not only educational but also fun. It is easy enough for people who are just learning but can be difficult enough for history buffs.
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