I’ve recently added two very different online video games to my Intermediate English page under Word and Video Games.  As regular readers know, I use online video games as language development exercises for students. 

In fact, Future-Making Serious Games just wrote a post that included some examples of how my students use these games.  TechLearning will have a more extensive article about it in January.

One new game is from the ASPCA called The Dog House.  It helps users understand dog-owning responsibilities.

The other is the Patriot Adventure, which is being used to introduce a new Jeep model to the market.  It’s a fairly entertaining game where the player has to regularly choose what the people in the adventure should do next.

Both games are probably accessible to Intermediate English Language Learners, though the Jeep game might be a little difficult because it involves a lot of listening.