exoDOS, project we registered last year trying to troubleshoot and uninstall all MS-DOS games ever released, do something special in these new times and trials: collect all their collected learning games and submit them with parental notes and tips.
This is another must! My wife and I (especially my wife,) because I do this is) we are entering our third week of reading to our children Mon-Fri home after our home school is closed, and finding things to do and keeping them active / busy it is a difficult night. All the little things, from Australia's national channel broadcasts to educational programs
Called Exo & # 39; s Retro Learning Pack, it includes 299 MS-DOS titles and 368 Windows 3.x games, and the entire theme includes box art, screenshots, a description of what it's about and background information is something that this game will teach your children, whether it be math, history, literacy, you name it. With their Launchbox Launcher (pictured below), you should have less trouble using this on a modern Windows PC.
“The aim is to provide families with a way of educating and entertaining their children at a time when the school system is unable to provide their services,” the exo said. “Many adults grew up in these games, and I believe it gives them something to enjoy with their children, just as we enjoy talking about movies and books we grew up with. Although people can debate for days about how modern games compare to adult games, I don't think there's much debate to be made with current educational software. ”
“The apps my kids have on their tablets are so different when they often broadcast ads on their faces. There is nothing that will allow kids to stay in a group together and try to find their own cart in the United States, or solve all of the issues at Dr. Brain's castle. Even modern paid software like ABC Mouse puffs up to make it easy to use flash style images. "
And as in the exoDOS collection as a whole, many of these titles, while proudly housed on store shelves around the world, are no longer available for sale. "Unlike sports, very little has been done to try to keep these titles", the exo said. "So, like all my other projects, the act of making these articles use and distribute, is keeping to itself."
Other games included in the crowd are The Oregon Trail, Jones on the Fast Way, Math Munchers and several articles appearing Carmen Sandiego series. As for age groups, there are topics suitable for toddlers to elementary school.