Roman Town is what has motivated our oldest (11) to get his book work done on time. He loves this game, and has learned so much about the tool used to dig with, why they are used, and how to use them. He is also learning about the artifacts that he is finding. The best part is, I don’t have an mud, dirt, sand tracked into the house or plugging our drains.
Have all the fun of a real archaeological excavation without getting your hands dirty!
- Dig in and participate in a full excavation from start to finish
- Find authentic artifacts at a real dig site
- Learn about Roman Daily Life – accurate, historical information
- Replay for hours of Archaeological fun and learning
- Fun for the whole family – from 8 to 88 years old
While playing Roman Town, kids learn about Roman culture, society, and history through “hands-on” discovery, analysis, and problem solving. Children will love to discover new facts and information virtually, logically and step-by-step, at an authentic excavation site, just like real Archaeologist. Did I mention this game is addictive? Motivating? Educational?
Roman Town is an archaeological simulation game that combines the thrill of “treasure hunting” with real information about ancient Roman life. Find and analyze realistic artifacts and use archaeological clues to learn about life in a Roman town.
This has been a GREAT supplement to our Roman studies.
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Dig-It Games offers two other Roman Town products:
ROMAN TOWN TEACHERS EDITION (CD) ($299) for classroom and school use.
ROMAN TOWN EDUCATOR’S MANUAL (Download)($19.95)
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