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(Joystiq)   EA partners with GlassLab to develop SimCityEDU, an educational version of the upcoming Sim City game that'll let teachers educate their pupils on the dangers of cutting back on funding and the science behind the tornado button   (joystiq.com) divider line 10
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2013-01-20 04:28:40 PM
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Donnchadha: Those chucklefarks...


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2013-01-20 04:02:00 PM
3 votes:
Those chucklefarks...
2013-01-20 06:30:00 PM
2 votes:
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/Vaguely relevant?
2013-01-20 05:23:10 PM
2 votes:
I played with one of the early Sim City versions but I don't know the current abilities.

Does it allow you to set up a Working Nazi Dictatorship? Diss the Fascist all you want, but they often had "booming" economies and got the trains to run on time.
2013-01-20 04:42:46 PM
2 votes:
If people think video games influence children's behavior we'd have an entire generation of city planners.

And the kids that grew up in the 80's playing Pac-Man would have spent the 90's dancing in dark rooms to techno music and muching on magic pills......oh wait.
2013-01-21 10:02:49 AM
1 votes:
Yeah, but when will they get Civ into schools so the kids can learn all about how Ghandi nuked Alexander the Great?
2013-01-21 08:22:52 AM
1 votes:

t3knomanser: nicholasneko: Let that help you decide if you want it or not.

Hey, Nick, this is Larry Probst. I just wanted to let you know, your check really and truly is in the mail. Good job in these forum threads, by the way. Keep doing what you're doing!


1993 called, they need their method of payment back.
2013-01-20 07:24:13 PM
1 votes:

cgraves67: optikeye: If people think video games influence children's behavior we'd have an entire generation of city planners.

And the kids that grew up in the 80's playing Pac-Man would have spent the 90's dancing in dark rooms to techno music and muching on magic pills......oh wait.

I should be an expert at guiding oxen-drawn wagons across rivers.


I know exactly what to do when someone gets dysentery: bury them.
2013-01-20 05:29:07 PM
1 votes:

cgraves67: optikeye: If people think video games influence children's behavior we'd have an entire generation of city planners.

And the kids that grew up in the 80's playing Pac-Man would have spent the 90's dancing in dark rooms to techno music and muching on magic pills......oh wait.

I should be an expert at guiding oxen-drawn wagons across rivers.


And I'm an expert on making a snack in exactly the amount of time it takes to load a flight simulator.
2013-01-20 05:21:53 PM
1 votes:

optikeye: If people think video games influence children's behavior we'd have an entire generation of city planners.

And the kids that grew up in the 80's playing Pac-Man would have spent the 90's dancing in dark rooms to techno music and muching on magic pills......oh wait.


I should be an expert at guiding oxen-drawn wagons across rivers.
 
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