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System PC: Windows XP (SP3) / Vista / 7
Harddiskspace 600 MB
Processor Intel Celeron 2,6 GHz or better
Graphics 3D Accelerator Card: nVidia Geforce 8400 GS or better (> 128 MB VRAM)
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Ludwig @ EdGamer show (episode 82)

30. December 2012

Zack Gilbert and Gerry James invited Jochen to talk about violence in media - especially video games and how it impacts our schools and children. The main part of the show is dedicated to a short walkthrough of Ludwig and we also talk about some background infos.

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For our final scheduled podcast of 2012, Episode 82, we bring in a new friend to the show. Jochen Kranzer is a managing partner atovos, a small interactive studio in Austria. He walks us through his latest project, an educational physics game called Ludwig. Jochen also joins us for some ongoing talk about violence in media, especially video games and how it impacts our schools and children. Don’t miss the final EdGamer of the year. Tune-in and level-up!

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