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Among Us is a cooperative game with traitors, where players try to complete tasks while impostors sneak around and try to counteract those plans by any means necessary. Crewmates work together to get these tasks done and determine who the impostors are before it's too late, but without communication during the main part of the game, it's up to shortly timed voting opportunities. In this simple, yet elegant game of subterfuge and deception, will you be able to suss out the sus players? Or will...
Students will hone in on social skills like teamwork and collective problem solving, as well as deductive reasoning and critical thinking.
I love playing board games and video games, and have been playing a lot of Among Us recently, as well as even watching YouTube videos and Twitch live streams.
Players will need an installed copy of Among Us, which can be found at https://store.steampowered.com/app/945360/Among_Us/ for $4.99. The game can be played on PC, Mac, and iPad.
50 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Among Us is a simply animated game with low graphics, but it does involve the Impostors murdering the Crewmates before they can get all their tasks complete. If you would like to see if it seems appropriate for your learner, there are several live play videos of the game on YouTube, as well as the trailers for the game on Steam.
College art teacher and general nerd
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
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179 completed classes
Hi there! I'm Sam! I have been here on OutSchool for about a year now, and I'm thrilled to be part of this community. I'll primarily be offering courses focusing on art, design, and some more "nerdy" ventures, such as Dungeons and Dragons. I...