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Tech with Kids (Computing with Kids)
Food Force effectively reaches tweens and teens with 3D graphics and characters that resemble those in popular commercial titles. By using video gaming to create a dynamic learning environment, kids feel as if they are a part of the team who saved Sheylan. The WFP’s free video game helps to bring closer to home the problems of world hunger, which are often thousands of miles away.
All in all, Food Force is the best coffee-brake game I've ever seen in a long time. I've seen a couple of educational games already, and I can say, this is the best. The others have laughably dumb and overly cartoonish graphics, and are too easy and utterly stupid and have childish gameplay, like learning is only for the 4 year olds. This game, though, is for all ages. Cool graphics, brilliant and very entertaining gameplay, everybody will find something in it to enjoy, challenging missions that will test all your basic skills, and you can compete with your friends or the online scoreboard too. Definitely a must for everyone who wants to play a great game, or have nothing to do on a boring Sunday afternoon. Download & Enjoy!
Curly's World Of Freeware
After you got the food there you need to make sure it will not only help the inhabitants this year, but will keep helping them year after year, so they can once again support themselves in the long run. All of this makes for an entertaining game with lots of info about the work done by the UN World Food Programme.