So a few months ago I started working at a public school as a sign language interpreter. All of the classifieds have a duty they need to do in the morning, and luckily enough, I was assigned to watch over the computer lab.
Basically every morning the kids file in and start doing whatever they want on the computers that isn't blocked by the servers there (they're technically not allowed to go on youtube, but no one has ever checked in on me and I let them do pretty much whatever they want.)
Yesterday I had an idea, and bought a big-ass bag of candy, kit kats, jolly ranchers, the works. I then, for the first time, set up a guideline for the class.
Whoever gets the highest score on Robot Unicorn Attack by the time classes start gets candy.
It was chaos, It was beautiful, and every kid in the room wanted to be with you and make believe with you and live in harmony harmony oh love.
Now that I have a full room of children with serious candy-lust to oversee every morning, and I am determined to mold them into future /v/irgins.
What games should I make them play next?
What year level/grade is it?
Try and get them into Liero, Starcraft Brood war, Quake 3 Arena, shit like that on the side if you think it won't get you fired and they're old enough for the gore (like say year 5-6.)
Also, Winnie the Pooh Home Run Baseball (Japanese edition) would be a good idea to weed out the casuals.
Nintendo website games and Tanks.Com are also great picks I was playing daily as a kid.
Teach them the evils of
nonfree softwareand dish out the candy as reward for installing gentoo
>I am determined to mold them into future /v/irgins.
This is legitimately child abuse. If I knew who you were I would report you. No person should have to suffer the fate of being stuck forever in this god forsaken shit hole with no friends, no life, and nothing to look forward to except having your arguments shot down by some fat Australian shitposter for no reason other than that Australians have an intense, almost instinctual need to be fucking annoying cunts.
Don't you know that's an android app, son.
Could but no taste for loli.
Some of them run up to me and hug me sometimes because I let them play on computers. Wouldn't you hug someone that let you on a computer?
It's a range from about first to fourth grade.
>Winnie the Pooh Baseball
Oh my god that's genius.
Calm down man this thread is about video games.
Tetris is free and accessible
We wouldn't shoot down your arguments all the time if you weren't such a massive retard.
See if you can get some old stuff like Warcraft 3, Star Craft Brood Wars, Quake, Unreal Tournament, etc. on there and get them to play multiplayer.
For the team games, winning team gets candy. Make the teams random so the good players don't keep joining the same team to farm candy.
>Don't you know that's an android app, son.
I was about to suggest "bluestacks" but apparently they made a PC exclusive sequel separate from 2?
They've got the system set up so that you can't download anything without admin permission, you can't install anything without admin permissions, and anything on the computer at the end of the day gets wiped. Unless I had like 30 flash drives with whatever on it it's just not feasible. Plus that's a lot of work.
I'll check tomorrow morning, but this is a good idea.
Like the team idea.
You're here too friend.
That's right nigger what you gonna do about it. Not my fault these parents are raising their children wrong.
When I was in school our computer teacher had us do speedruns of portal: flash version on off days. I ended up being the best in the class. Good times.
So yeah, check if you can find portal flash. Shit's fun.
This thread is why I'm going to homeschool my kids. Any fucking idiot has access to them at school.
I don't care what you're teaching them, I'd rather they learn from myself because I actually care about them. These aren't your anime figurines for fuck sake.
While OP intentionally worded it in a way that sounds creppy when it comes down to it he's only doing one thing: letting kids play games and maybe eat lollies once a day. That's a good thing to do. Can't beleive people are really taking the creepy comedy seriously.
>it would have been a frame or two inside the wall
What the fuck are you trying to feed those kids?