Birdzilla.com Launches New Educational Game Web Site

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Bird-related educational game offerings are now available at Birdzilla.com. Some of its offerings include bird-related variations of Hangman and Concentration. It is a great place to play free online games while learning something about birds… and have fun.

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These games offer something for birders of all ages and are a great way to have fun while learning more about wild birds.

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Birdzilla.com has launched a new educational game site, BirdzillaGames.com, featuring classic games with a wild bird twist. The new games are suitable for both children and adults. All offerings allow visitors to play free online games.

Both fun and educational, the games will allow players to learn more about birds, improve their bird identification skills and learn their proper common names. Schools can integrate the educational game offerings into their science programs, helping budding young bird watcher's learn more about birds they see around their schools and home.

Games currently on the site include:

Birdingo!
Birdingo is played like the classic bingo game but uses images of birds instead of numbers. Players can chat online while playing the educational game. Beginning in January of 2008, free prizes will be awarded to players during certain days and times.

The Game Show
Visitors can take a game-show formatted quiz hosted by the site's Professor Bird. The quiz challenges the user with three different knowledge levels using video clips and images as well as facts and birding trivia. Like its other offerings, Birdzilla allows its visitors to play free online games of "The Game Show" any time they want.

Hangman
Answers in these four animated hangman games span the birding experience, from names of birds to the names of famous ornithologists and popular birding locations.

Concentration
In this educational game for learning bird identification, players flip cards to match birds to their names. A trickier version requires the user to match males and females of the same species, even when the males and females do not look alike.

Solitaire
Cards in this classic game feature images of birds and players are able to click on them to learn more about the species.

Sam Crowe, president of Birdzilla.com, said, "These games offer something for birders of all ages and are a great way to have fun while learning more about wild birds."

BirdzillaGames.com is a wing of the Birdzilla.com Internet network. Each educational game is available for licensing and can be customized to meet specific requirements. Visitors can play free online games any time they wish. Custom game development services are also available.

Birdzilla.com
P.O. Box 1820
McKinney, TX 75070
214-504-4006

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