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Best Playability on spanish Premios Hispanos 2009. You're a kid, waking up from a nap, with chores to do before your parents, arrive home from work... hunting vampires.
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Household vocabulary in a fantasy context, January 12, 2017
The first puzzles of this work feature routine usage of household vocabulary without guess-the-verb difficulties. The vocabulary becomes more complex as as progress is made, just as in most literature. I'd recommend this story for students who are learning household and food-related vocabulary. The vampire theme helps to enhance the mood of what might otherwise be an academic exercise. (Spoiler - click to show)In this game, the player is asked to prepare a snack. Many language teachers are familiar with the humorous mini-lesson where the teacher asks the students to make a PBJ sandwich. The first two puzzles are similar, but, obviously, reading-base. The parser, of course, takes the role of the teacher either understanding or misunderstanding the students' very specific directions.
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