The magical puzzle world of Roterra is returning with Roterra 3 – A Sovereign Twist. The new game brings exciting new puzzles for fans and will be launching early summer 2022 on the Apple App Store. Players can now pre-order the game for delivery on launch day.
Join us on International Archaeology Day Saturday October 16, 2021. Start digging up over 50 artifacts virtually in our free online archaeology game Excavate! Egypt. This year our featured culture is ancient Egypt.
An archaeology analysis lesson on the importance of ancient Assyria in Mesopotamia. Activate student interest before playing Excavate! Mesopotamia or use it in your ancient Mesopotamia world history classroom studies.
Our summer newsletter from the studio includes game updates and the end of an incredible school year where we saw our games played in more classrooms than ever before. Also, did you know that Roterra Extreme – Great Escape is coming to Google Play!
Invite your students to take an archaeology focused lesson exploring the secrets of the ancient Roman baths. The free world history lesson plan on Roman culture provides an artifact based approach to learning about Ancient Rome. A supplemental material to Excavate! Rome.
An archaeology analysis lesson on the importance of ancient Augustaion Byzantium. Activate student interest before playing Excavate! Byzantine or use it in your ancient Byzantine world history classroom studies.
An archaeology analysis lesson on the importance of ancient Giza Egypt. Activate student interest before playing Excavate! Egypt or use it in your ancient Egypt world history classroom studies.
Expanding our usability, Dig-iT! Games is thrilled to announce Excavate! Egypt is now available in Dutch! We’re beyond excited to be able to spread our love of archaeology, Ancient Egypt […]
Introduce your children to STEM early with LurnBot. LurnBot is a toy rental service that is not only fun and affordable but helps foster an interest in programming and robotics. It is the perfect start for getting your child interested in STEM-related activities and challenging their critical thinking skills.