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Top 150 best Steam games of all time tagged with Education, according to gamer reviews.

Rank, title, date, tags, platforms and price Score Rating
97% 13,711 votes
96% 10,245 votes
97% 3,526 votes
99% 1,062 votes
97% 1,216 votes
97% 1,346 votes
98% 473 votes
99% 413 votes
96% 699 votes
98% 257 votes
91% 2,511 votes
93% 594 votes
93% 800 votes
98% 118 votes
96% 162 votes
94% 283 votes
96% 112 votes
100% 44 votes
92% 260 votes
93% 180 votes

Correlated tags

Correlation is how often another tag appears together with this tag. If one in every five games tagged with Education is also tagged with a correlated tag, the correlated tag has 20% correlation. 100% correlation means the pair of tags always appear together.

Tags most frequently applied to the same games as Education, with at least 15% correlation.

  1. Casual 66%
  2. Singleplayer 54%
  3. Indie 45%
  4. Simulation 42%
  5. Puzzle 39%
  6. 2D 39%
  7. Family Friendly 34%
  8. Relaxing 29%
  9. 3D 27%
  10. Colorful 26%
  11. Strategy 25%
  12. Adventure 25%
  13. Logic 23%
  14. Cute 22%
  15. Exploration 22%
  16. Atmospheric 19%
  17. Minimalist 17%
  18. Realistic 16%
  19. First-Person 16%

The Education tag refers to games that are designed with an educational purpose. These games are specifically created to teach, instruct, or provide educational value to players while still maintaining an enjoyable gameplay experience.

Education games cover a wide range of topics and subjects, including math, science, history, language learning, problem-solving skills, and more. Through interactive gameplay mechanics and engaging content, these games aim to make the learning process more entertaining and immersive.

Some key features of education games include:

  • Curriculum Alignment Many education games are aligned with formal academic curricula or specific learning objectives. They incorporate educational standards or guidelines to ensure relevance and effectiveness in supporting educational goals.
  • Inclusive Learning Styles Education games often employ different learning approaches or styles that cater to diverse preferences. This may include visual representations, interactive simulations, audio cues or narration for auditory learners,
  • Engagement and Feedback Educational game designers focus on creating captivating experiences that motivate players' progress through meaningful feedback systems as they learn new concepts or skills.
  • Pedagogical Strategies Many education games incorporate various teaching strategies such as scaffolding (providing assistance when needed), mastery-based progression (advancing at one's own pace), reinforcement (repeating important concepts), or problem-solving scenarios.
  • Lifelong Learning While education games can be used in classroom settings by teachers for students of all ages at different grade levels; they also serve as useful tools for self-paced learning outside formal educational environments. These lifelong learning opportunities allow individuals to explore new subjects or enhance existing knowledge in a more accessible way than traditional methods.

Examples of educational games on Steam include:

  • Kerbal Space Program This game provides an interactive simulation of space exploration, challenging players to design and manage their own space program. It incorporates physics concepts and problem-solving skills.
  • Typing Instructor for Kids Platinum Designed specifically for children, this game combines typing lessons with fun activities to improve keyboarding skills and typing accuracy.
  • Total War: THREE KINGDOMS - Scholars of the Three Kingdoms Part of a larger strategy game, this DLC pack adds additional historical context, including characters, events, and culture from the Three Kingdoms period in ancient China.

The Education tag on Steam provides a way for players seeking both entertainment and educational value to identify games that can help them learn while having fun at the same time.

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