Seemed like a pretty reasonable idea to me. Here’s what the games look like now:
- Deserted Island Adventure: $0.99
- Horror Island: $0.99
- Mountain Plane Crash Adventure: $0.99
- Catman: $0.99
- Desert Escape: $1.99
- Escape Shenzhen: $1.99
- Pirate Adventure: $1.99
- Runaway Train: $1.99
There’s 8 games there and if you bought them all individually it’d cost you $11.92.
That sounds like quite a bit. I know what an ESL salary is, and it ain’t much. So that’s why I’m going to give you a deal.
If you download the new ESL Adventure Game Pack you’ll get all of those 8 games for just $7.99.
I just think it’s a pretty good deal, and a great way for you to introduce your students to fun new ways to learn English.
I’ve done each of these games in class. Deserted Island Adventure and Desert Escape are always fun and the most popular. Some of the games are a bit more difficult, like Escape Shenzhen, and it’s 90 slides and detailed instructions will treat you better with higher-levels.
Having 8 ESL PowerPoint games is an effective way to make your ESL work last longer. The lessons you planned can be stretched out over more weeks, as now you have extra things to kill time with.
Those holiday classes that last longer? These games are wonderful ways to have that clock magically go around in a circle in about half the time.
I’m telling you – these games work, and they will help you.
Get them all for just $7.99 right now!