(NAPSI)-A new kind of computer game is expected to drive children to learn as it takes them on driving/sightseeing tours, visiting historical places, landmarks and other highlights. |
The game-targeted for children 8 and up-uses enhanced 3D graphics and high-quality digital sound to teach history, geography and even driver safety. It includes on-screen driving tours of such locations as New York City; Washington, DC; San Francisco; Chicago and Toronto. There are also "picture postcard" locations-cities and landmarks throughout the U.S., Canada, Mexico, Central and South America.
As children play Drive Across The Americas, traffic safety regulations are strictly enforced. Excursions can be made to museums and other special sites along the route. Players can also earn points redeemable for car upgrades and gas for extended tours.
The game was developed by Oregon Scientific, and includes a highly-stylized, platinum-colored steering wheel console with built-in game controls, PC connection cable and a CD for all game content.
To learn more, call 1-800-853-8883 or visit the Web site at www.oregonscientific.com.
A new game gets children behind the wheel-literally-of a learning experience.
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