Games on Time for a break
On Edublogs week 3 – Time for a Break there is a game called Refugees in Sudan. In the game you have to be a member of big family and once you pick that family member and use him/her to get water with a jug but the whole time you being chased by the military you can hide though but you can only hide at certain spots, like behind a bush or behind a rock.
This game really opened up my eyes to what is happening in the world that many innocent communities are always at risk and on the run because of war and other terrible terrible things. I also learned about the community itself like what jobs people had and how they helped the community
In the game you can also take action in the real world sometimes in the middle of the game a little square comes up and in the square it says: Help? if you click that word it shows you how you can help and websites help you help like you can contact president Obama or some other important people. This game is fun but definitely teaches you lot’s of thing I think you should play it.