|English: Egypt 2010 estimated population density per square kilometer. Data source:http://sedac.ciesin.columbia.edu/gpw/ (Photo credit: Wikipedia)|
|Egypt: Thebes (Photo credit: Brooklyn Museum)|
|English: The Saharan White Desert, near Farafra, western Egypt. Photographedy by Omar Kamel (Photo credit: Wikipedia)|
|Egypt: Gizeh (Photo credit: Brooklyn Museum)|
|European arcade flyer of Arkanoid. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)|
|English: Orthographic map of Egypt (Photo credit: Wikipedia)|
|Topographic map of Egypt. Created with GMT from SRTM data. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)|
|Egyptian musicians wearing gellabiyas (also spelled jellabiyas). (Photo credit: Wikipedia)|
|All Giza Pyramids in one shot. Русский: Все пирамиды Гизы на изображении. Español: Las Pirámides de Guiza (Egipto). Français : Les Pyramides de Gizeh (Egypte). Català: Les Piràmides de Giza, a Egipte. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)|
|Green irrigated land (3.4 million ha) along the Nile amidst the desert (Photo credit: Wikipedia)|
|English: The Pyramid of Djoser in Saqqara, Egypt. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)|
|Coat of Arms of Egypt, Official version. Government Website (Photo credit: Wikipedia)|
|Egyptoid Video Game View|
“Egyptoid” is a perfect blend of classic Arcanoid with the magic of Egypt." says Giveawayoftheday.com. I'm thinking this game would be cool as a reward for your homeschooler studying anything about Egypt. :) Or for anybody who enjoys Egypt or arcade action with 8 worlds, 17 types of bonuses and other fun.
It normally costs $4.99 but you can get it free today only by clicking the link below.
Traveling through 72 never-the-same levels, your objective will be to destroy various patterns of blocks by bouncing the ball. In doing this, you must keep an eye out for bonuses that can speed up or down the paddle, give an extra life, extend the paddle or make it magnetic.
Meanwhile, click out on the pics above and the link below to learn more about Egypt itself, for homeschool or just for fun. :)