Educational Simulations presents Real Lives 2010, the life simulation that gives you the opportunity to learn how people really live in other countries.
Real Lives 2010 is a truly unique, content rich and empathy-building real world, real life simulation that challenges your life skills (not your hand-eye coordination) as you make difficult, high-stakes choices that lead to your success, or failure.
"The best way to learn about life in other countries short of going there!"
You might be born anyone, anywhere on Earth. You might die as an infant, you might make it to old age. You might be able to marry the person of your dreams, and have a rewarding job, or you could be stuck in poverty. Be born, live an exciting life, and die. Then do it again. And again. Learn about the world as you live your Real Lives around the world, one life-altering decision at a time.
Both a fantastic opportunity and an incredible challenge, Real Lives 2010 makes the world come alive on a personal and global level, one life at a time, right on your desktop!
Exciting new features for Real Lives 2010 include a totally redesigned and modernized user interface, 3D animated graphics of all faces in the simulation, family trees, graphs of personal and country statistics, integrated Google Maps and Flickr photos, and more!
Download the free Real Lives trial.
Experience life as a:
or any of thousands more ...
- Peasant farmer in Bangladesh
- Factory worker in Brazil
- Policeman in Nigeria
- Lawyer in the United States
- Computer operator in Poland
Through statistically accurate events, Real Lives brings to life different cultures, political systems, economic opportunities, personal decisions, health issues, family issues, schooling, jobs, religions, geography, war, peace, and more. As your students make decisions for their characters and experience the consequences of those decisions they will learn about the world and gain an increased appreciation of their own culture and the cultures of other peoples.
Take the Real Lives Virtual Tour. Screenshots and explanations give an overview of using Real Lives!