Paylaşan kişi victorgrant on Mar 7, 2018 13:20:40 GMT 3
Hi, I am an ICT teacher at a secondary school and run an after-school gaming club to help build up relationships with my students, encourage their team-work and problem-solving skills and help them to make new friends. As part of this, I spent a lot of time searching for and downloading completely free multiplayer games. They all want Modern Warfare 2 etc etc but don't realise that as a school we have to be very careful with legal issues and I would have to buy 30 copies of any game we play. So free games it is. The most popular games are World of Padman (fun quake-3 based game), UrbanTerror (game similar to counter-strike using the quake 3 engine) and Spring (Total Annihilation clone). Anyway, a lot of these games are open-source and can be compiled for any operating system (probably). I'm going to try to keep an updated list of all games that can possibly be compiled for the R-Pi for those lucky people who already have one. I'm still waiting on mine. I would love to be able to use the R-Pi for the gaming club to encourage students to take an interest in computers beyond gaming. It also opens up using GTKRadient etc for map-making - which is a similar idea to programming - but will appeal more to the lower-ability boys. At my last school we used to play Counter-Strike before I realised using 6 copies of Half-Life for 30 computers was a bit dodgy and I made a map of the school that they LOVED. I don't think that the regular secondary classroom environment is quite ready for them yet, but I think they are ideal for clubs and specially selected groups.
Paylaşan kişi sergey2 on Sept 16, 2019 18:39:02 GMT 3
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