Tom Watson’s Wiki history game is fun to learn about history. In addition to being entertaining, Wikitrivia tests your understanding of historical events. The game’s developer, Tom Watson, describes it as “It is a trivia card game” on his website.

Getting started with Wikitrivia is straightforward: you’ll be given a card representing anything with a date, and you’ll need to arrange the new card in the correct chronological order. It becomes more difficult as time progresses since the gaps in time between the dates already on the timeline become shorter. You might want to check out the game if you’re a history fan or are searching for a new web game to play.

If you like Wikitrivia, you should also try LingYourLanguage.

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