My students are currently playing Ayiti: Cost of Life. I wish I was playing the game with them, but I have to make a worksheet about it. It appears to be a good game.
At the beginning of their Ayiti experience, a good group of the students were very proud of themselves for killing most of the members of their families. However, they certainly picked up on the rhythm of the game and now compete against one another.
Some students are obsessed with finding ways to make money. I can't blame them.
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