This is a great game that student's love to play. It's a PowerPoint presentation and works on any computer with PowerPoint. Even so, you've never seen PowerPoint do anything like this. The secret is the Visual Basic coding running behind the scenes. This game is a version of the old favorite "Othello". The players attempt to capture their opponents chips between two of their own. When they do, the chips flip to the player's color and the score changes rapidly. It's impossible to know who will win right up to the last play. One chip in the right place could flip several chips running vertically, horizontally and diagonally. Kids love it. This educational version has a special twist. If one of the player's score exceeds the other player by 10 points, he will be given a question to answer. Unless he answers correctly he must forfeit his turn. This game has questions about Spanish, but those can be changed anytime you wish. All you have to do is type in your own questions and answer choices in the slide where the information is stored. If there is no one to play against, there is even an option to play against the program itself. This is a great activity game for learning stations or when you need to get a student doing something that just isn't going to work. A fun way to review for a quiz or test! The code is accessible and may be studied as part of a computer science class.