During their Ubidays press event, Ubisoft unveiled a new entry in their infamous Imagine series of games that someone guessed girls might like (based on what girls on TV seem to enjoy or something). Imagine Teacher trains girls to ... well, train children, using, of course, a series of teaching-themed minigames.
The game traces an elementary school teacher's job duties chronologically, starting with lesson planning and seating charts, and progressing to individual lessons. Each subject's lesson is presented as a minigame, followed by another minigame in which you grade your students' work. The day ends with classroom cleanup and parent-teacher conferences.
We're trying our hardest to hate this, but the truth is that Imagine Teacher sounds irresistably clever, and we would really like to play it. Pretty embarrassing, but there, we said it.
Reader Comments (Page 1 of 1)
5-28-2008 @ 9:23PM
I would play it if it lets me do nothing but give the kids recess, as that's all I ever wanted in elementary school.
5-28-2008 @ 9:49PM
Imagine: People not buying the game
5-29-2008 @ 5:14AM
That was clever.
5-29-2008 @ 5:09AM
Sadly, given the ever increasingly likelihood that I'll end up teaching for a living, I find that I really want this game. (As an early warning system, if nothing else.)