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Mayan Mysteries

A looter has been digging up Maya sites, clearly looking for something specific. Could it be the mystifying Ladrone, a secretive thief with a history of stealing artifacts? Whoever it is, it’s up to Team Q to stop it!   Can you help Professor Alex Quinn and his niece and nephew Fiona and Charlie solve the mystery? Will you be the one who proves worthy of reaching the mythical city of Ich’aak, revealed only to those with pure hearts and the knowledge to protect the artifacts, sites and culture of the Maya?

Put your puzzle skills to the test as you travel through history and uncover the adventure of Mayan Mysteries!

• Discover 7 unique Maya sites
• Explore 25+ challenging puzzles
• Solve the mystery to save Ich’aak from looters
 

Try it now! Click here to play the free demo of Mayan Mysteries

 

Single player

 


 

• 9+ hours of unique gameplay
• Immersive, interactive learning
• Designed specifically for grades 5-9
• Available online and for iPad
• In-Game Encyclopedia with 450+ entries
• Content verified by Maya expert Robert J. Sharer
• Aligns with National Standards for Social Studies, Math and Language Arts
• Enrich Reading, Geography, Math, and Critical Thinking

 

Classroom Edition


 

• Historically Accurate
• Aligned to National Standards
• Built-In Assessments
• Cross curricular content: Social Studies, Language Arts, Math & Critical Thinking
• Integrated, easy to use student management system
• Track student and class progress against national standards
 

Mobile App


 

• Take Mayan Mysteries on the go!
• Compatible with iPad; requires iOS 7.1 or later
• Retina display-ready graphics
• All the content of the online version

CLUB BENEFITS

  • Compare your scores with players worldwide
  • See all possible achievements: how do you measure up?
  • Learn what makes Team Q tick
  • Access to insider information about new games.

 

My two homeschoolers enjoyed playing this game as part of their social studies/history “curriculum.” We do not use a packaged curriculum and our learning jumps around from place to place and period to period, which they do not seem to mind. I am grateful for the opportunity to try this product in our homeschooling classroom and I think it would be a great addition to any learning environment, whether it is a school room or at home

- Monise
Former K-12 Educator and Homeschool Mom