You will have the latest technology to observe the shroo from a distance without disturbing them.
You will be able to rotate their world to help observe them as they go about their shroo lives. You will also be able to speed up, go back, or pause time to make more precise observations.
And you will have a handy journal to write down your observations. The journal will be very useful to you in solving the puzzles to help the Mayor.
MushWhom? is a quirky and upbeat game that challenges player to put their deduction and observation skills to work! This game has intentionally been designed to support and encourage the use of critical thinking skills. It was designed and developed by Knitwit Studios and is an award-winning critical thinking game from the Life.Love. Game Design Challenge.
MushWhom? Educator's Edition
The Educator's Edition offers a standards-aligned lesson plan and slide deck for classroom use. It also incorporates an in-game introduction and afterword that provides more context about critical thinking as well as tips about applying the lessons learned. You can play MushWhom? Education Edition and access all of the educational resources now:
MushWhom? Educational Edition
Tip: we suggest downloading the game (Windows/Linux) for the best gameplay experience!
Gaming Against Violence
MushWhom? is one of the games to come from the Gaming Against Violence program, an evidence-based approach to violence prevention. The program is presented by Jennifer Ann's Group, a nonprofit charity.
Games about topics such as critical thinking, resilience, empathy, and connectedness support the program's cross-cutting approach to violence prevention. Since 2008, the Gaming Against Violence program has engaged, educated, and empowered young people around the world about important issues. Other topics include consent and healthy dating relationships.
Learn more about Gaming Against Violence by visiting the program website: GamingAgainstViolence.org. The website also includes links to published research and media coverage about Gaming Against Violence as well as links to some of the prosocial games to come from the program.
You can also learn more about Critical Thinking by visiting the website for Critical Thinkers: CriticalThinker.games. The website offers definitions, resources, and links to other websites about critical thinking. It also includes links to more critical thinking games.