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Title: Museum meets videogame
Post by: TheFrighther on 22 Dec 2018, 13:19
I am always amused when adventure games are set in real historical places, just like Gabriel Knight: the Beast within to say one!

A recent example is this Past for Future,  developed in collaboration with the Museo Nazionale Archeologico di Taranto:

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https://www.pastforfuture.it/?fbclid=IwAR1n6Cv8_u_KjgPvwiC9t-nQFiLsklWx4-hzeAnav6J0LSRXLxZQGZI5cYo

Yeah, many museums have some "virtual exploration" game-like on their websites, but I think the graphic adventure setting is more intriguing to discover a place full of culture.

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Title: Re: Museum meets videogame
Post by: Aramog on 27 Dec 2018, 22:43
I've always said that Gamification and Imagery is the future of Education. Imagine having adventure games, visual novels and simulation games back in high school or elementary school.