Students have to manage a catchment area, protect the environment, develop the agricultural resources and balance this against conserving water and water quality.
There's a good video demo here showing how it's done: How to play
I had a go at this game and was fascinated. The language level is quite high, so non native speakers of English would need to be of a good level to cope without a lot of support. It would be a great way of developing their environment related vocabulary though.
It's great to see educational games are really being taken seriously in Australia. This is a great example of game that can really make students think, but still keep them motivated.
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