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When my primary school briefly explored the possibility of an educational video game, their choice was decidedly uninspired: Myst. Most of the kids hated it, and the teachers could barely understand it.

Today, I wish I was back in primary school -- because nuking Gandhi just became a legitimate school activity.


“Just go,” Mark says, “it’ll be fun.” He’s trying to convince me -- placate, really -- about the merits of going to Luna Park for a potential story. I hate Luna Park. It's dreadful.

But this is not a story about Luna Park. This isn't a story about rollercoasters or terrifying clowns. This is a story about children and mathematics. More specifically, this is a story about the 8th World Education Games.