Game Show Wizard 1.07
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Create a custom question and answer games for educational and training purposes by generating a playable file with up to fifty questions with illustrations and various ways of answering. Multiple project files are supported and uploaded for presentation. Randomized testing sessions are created automatically.
Make learning in the classroom or boardroom a blast!!! Use our free 3000+ state-test aligned questions, or make your own questions, to play eight different games using a digital projector and any interactive board for competative and fun learning! Works with a digital projector, a large monitor, and individual computer stations with just one license!. Throw in a SmartBoard with your digital projector for that extra awesome educational classroom gaming experience! Allows you to easily create questions in game files (50 questions per file) and upload the same questions into any of seven different games. Lets you attach images to your questions, allowing for incredible flexibility! Works with any age group--from 3rd grade children to adults. Lets you print out randomized tests from the multiple choice questions that you have entered and saved. Works on any Windows operating system (95, 98, 2000, XP, and Vista). Works in your classroom whether you have an interactive whiteboard and digital projector or just a big monitor, a computer, and a mouse. It's that flexible! Installs to your computer and run without the CD-Rom disk. Entitles you to a lifetime of free upgrades for as long as you own the software--just download from our website any new games and question files that get made in the future! Stimulates three of the five senses in your learners (Sorry, no smelling or tasting involved). Installs and runs very easily, with game start up time at less than a minute. Gives you epic popularity among your students. Yours will be the class or training session they look forward to attending. Even installs on multiple computers! Put two or three kids at each of your computer stations, copy the game files you've made to a folder at each computer--up to 30 computers per single-instructor license--and let them choose the games they want to play in pairs or in threes!
Make your reviewing sessions a blast!