ImpactGames announces the release of the computer game "Peacemaker," a simulation of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict in which you play the part of either the Israel Prime Minister of the Palestinian President in quest to create a secure and peaceful environment for your people. The game is innovative in that it intersperses real-world footage and data with tactical, turn-based gameplay. Available for US $20 via download. Sounds like an interesting educational tool. I wonder how, ahem, fun the game is.
There’s also a YouTube video of how they made the game that is quite interesting.
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