Students can go to Washington -- in a 3D game

03/11/2013 | CNN

A new 3D multiplayer game, "Government in Action," is intended to help students who take American government courses to experience life as a U.S. representative. The game, launched by McGraw-Hill Education, was developed in collaboration with Muzzy Lane Software and Rep. John Tierney, D-Massachusetts. "The ability to interact rather than just reading a text in this technology-driven age will probably drive more interest," Tierney said.

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