"Roman Town" allows children to experience archaeology through a computer game

Suzi Wilczynski knows what it is like to work on a dig in the hot Israeli sun. Now she has used her experience to create an adventure computer game aimed at children which allows them to learn about the Romans and the life of an archaeologist.

Roman Town, a strategy game, allows kids to "unearth bits of pottery, bone and other remnants of past life at a dig site, then learn about them by completing puzzle games led by two Roman youth."

The game is sold as a downloadable product from Dig-It! Games.