Meant to be Seen Interview Part II

Meant to be Seen goes medieval for Battle Castle in part 2 of their interview with Caitlin Burns.

You mentioned a video game component to Battle Castle. How did you use video games as an educational tool?

We knew that Battle Castle is more than a TV Series and that the research and history of these castles would be able to fill more than six hours of television – we wanted to give the audience several ways to explore the world of Battle Castle.

Knowing that there is a lot of really great history and stories, the browser-based and tablet compatible Masters of Constantinople is a fictional tale that allows the player to learn about the castles as well as dive deeper into Medieval history. This compliments the episodes and allows audiences (in Canada and abroad) to weave their way through history and enter into the Battle Castle.

Read the rest of Caitlin’s interview at Meant to be Seen

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