I think this game is effective as a learning tool because it gets you to interact with things you might have known nothing about. I know in the article the examples were paintings at a museum which I think is a really cool idea. I remember as a senior in high school we went to an art museum. While I found everything to be beautiful and there were those little signs assigned to each painting explaining what each painting meant, I didn’t know much more than what the signs said. By being able to learn about the museum interactively, people are more likely to know more about the paintings then they do at the actual museum. They might be willing to learn more too because the knowledge is presented to you in a more fascinating way.