High school English class.
Who doesn’t have fond memories of sitting in a stuffy classroom on a cold winter’s afternoon listening to the teacher drone on about the symbolism in War and Peace or how the monster in Frankenstein was a sympathetic character.
Meanwhile, the only sympathy you had was for yourself, and your current plight, stuck in school when you’d rather be home, cozy and warm, with your favorite video game and a couch full of close friends and pizza rolls. Those were the days.
Here’s a game that will appeal to the reluctant reader, who was dragged through Hemingway and Tolstoy, and the avid student of literature, who knows his Homer from his Steinbeck. Enjoy this quick trip through the highlights of literature.
Pop Culture Games: Computer Trivia
This one is for the geeks! We have gathered 20 old (who said "obscure" ?) computer names; and it is for you to find the maker.
Very hard? Maybe.
Super cheap ? Certainly !
My name is Chris; I am here with Deborah and we would like to talk to you about our printable party games.