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Rise & Fall: Civilisation at War

Screenshot of the videogame:

Name of producer:

Midway Home Entertainment

Date of production:

2006

Name of Distributor:

??? „????? ????“, UAB “Akelote ir Ko”

Technical Requirements:

OS Windows, P4 1,5 GHz, Hard Drive Space: 3 GB, 2X DVD-ROM, 512 MB RAM, 64 MB VRAM

Cost of product:

13 €

Type of videogame:

Action
Online
Fighting
Strategy

Genre of videogame:

Historical
War

Type of game visual:

First person
Third person

DESCRIPTION OF VIDEOGAME
Player:

Single player
Multiplayer
Multiplayer online
Possibility to change character in same game

Help:

Presence of initial training
Presence of textual tutoring during the game
Presence of audio tutoring during the game
tutorial on DVD

Interaction:
Dialogue with other characters:

Poor0123456Excellent

Driving Vehicles:

Poor0123456Excellent

Explorability of environment:

Poor0123456Excellent

Memory of events:

Poor0123456Excellent

Complexity of logic succession of events:

Poor0123456Excellent

Number of alternative game paths for solution of events:

Poor0123456Excellent

Game interface:

Possibilities of different views (1st person, 3rd person etc.)
Presence of maps

Technology foreseen:

Text
3D

External hardware:

keyboard, mouse

THE EDITOR

Is an internal Editor available for the videogame?

Yes

Level of editing:
Medium Level
(It is possible to personalise environments and add/remove elements.) 
Graphics:

Poor0123456Excellent

Interaction:

Poor0123456Excellent

Type of interface:

3D

Presence of different modules:

environments,Other

Availability and location of documentation:

Manual

Location:

on DVD

2D / 3D License:

Commercial

>Cost of software(€):

13 €

EVALUATION
Usability potential of this game in an educational context:

Poor0123456Excellent

Explain how the videogame can be used in an educational context:

Ancient history teaching

Evaluator:

Name of Evaluator:

Aleksandr Igumenov

Role of Evaluator:

Teacher

Country:

Lithuania

Date of Evaluation:

22/05/2007

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