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The Illogical Journey of Orez

"Do you like Heroes and Bunnies together? I do! You know what else I like? The Illogical Journey of Orez, of course! I like it because it has giant mouths, and carrots and bunnies who watch television. Indeed this game may even teach you math (but you won't realize it until its too late)! Play now or you fail as a hero. Zero."

The Illogical Journey of Orez effectively employs game design and educational principles to enhance media literacy and improve the intuitive understanding of complex middle-school (secondary school) math concepts. The challenge: develop puzzles that give players hands-on experience with the concepts of addition and subtraction of positive and negative numbers, using real world examples instead of numbers.

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Singapore-MIT GAMBIT Game Lab

Singapore-MIT GAMBIT Game Lab

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