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Jim McDougall

My son (14y) tells me he likes games to be challenging and fun. He plays a lot on X box with other kids, some on the other end of the world. His favourite game is Football Manager which seems highly complex, with vast amounts of data to be handled, quite effortlessly.
A game should never be too difficult, but it should have challenge, he says. Sounds like a good school task to me. He didn't mention the number of "cheats" available for short cuts-what does that tell us about kids' attitudes to problem-solving!?

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