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Go on a journey through eight unexplored places in different parts of the world and decipher their riddles.


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Discover the secrets of ancient civilizations in 8 unique excavations

With Archaeologist you are going to become a true archaeologist and discover how ancient civilizations lived in an interactive and surprising way.

You must solve the mysteries of 8 excavations located in 5 countries: Spain, France, Egypt, Italy and England. The trip will transport you from Prehistory to the Modern Age and will allow you to learn about prehistoric man, Egyptian culture, the Roman Empire and the Muslim and Christian societies of the Middle and Modern Ages.

A prestigious archaeologist will give you the keys to discovering remains of ancient civilizations in each excavation. Then you will access the scientific laboratory to analyze these materials and discover who they belonged.

When you have obtained all the information you will be able to see what the place you discovered was like in the past! Congratulations!

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8 stages, one goal

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Inside an Ice Age cave

Inside an Ice Age cave

This expedition is going to be incredible because you go into an Ice Age cave and you can find remains that are between 100,000 and 10,000 years old. Can you imagine what objects prehistoric man used?
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The mystery of the Egyptian mastaba

The mystery of the Egyptian mastaba

The time to travel to Egypt has come. We are going to Saqqara, the necropolis of Memphis. Next to the pyramids where the first pharaohs were buried there is a mastaba. Do you know what it is and what it contains? Find out now!
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The riddle of Talayotic culture

The riddle of Talayotic culture

The Talayotic culture defines a Prehistoric society in which many mysteries remain to be solved. Find out how these settlers lived, what their houses were like and what activities they carried out.
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On the trail of human bones

On the trail of human bones

The demolition of some old houses in Badalona built at the beginning of the 20th century for workers in the textile sector has brought to light the remains of human bones!... Excavate to find out who inhabited the city before.
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From the city of Pompeii, to the heaven!

From Pomeii to heaven!

El deseo de cualquier arqueólogo se hace ahora realidad para ti: ¡excavar en Pompeya! La erupción del Vesubio petrificó la ciudad en el año 79 d.C. y ahora puedes encontrar ¡cuerpos, edificaciones y textos completos!
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Traces of the Middle Ages

Traces of the Middle Ages

A businessman from Granada wants to convert a stable into a hotel. The house is in a town full of medieval remains so you must excavate and discover if there are remains to preserve before the reform.
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The secret of St. Mary's Chapel

The secret of St. Mary's Chapel

The subsoil of the chapel of St. Mary keeps a secret and you can discover it because the University of York has authorized the excavation of the right part of this temple built in the fourteenth century. Good luck!
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The power of artillery in History

The power of artillery in History

Between the 16th and 18th centuries, the coastal cities of the Mediterranean created watchtowers to warn of possible invasions and pirate attacks. Find out what destroyed this tower in Ibiza.

Archaeologist in the classroom

Working on a virtual stage reproducing real actions improves learning and retention of concepts.

The advantages of serious games in teaching are so great that most educational centers have already integrated them into their curricular programs, either in the classroom or as a complementary activity to do at home.

A Chinese proverb sums up well what serious games bring to the new generations: “I hear it and I forget it, I see it and I remember it, I do it and I learn it”. Seeing, manipulating and experimenting for oneself keeps our brain active to make decisions, assimilate concepts and draw conclusions.

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Archaeologist introduces a new scientific discipline in the classroom: Archaeology. We allow students to complete their training in Social Sciences in an interactive, fun and motivating way.

Archeology allows us to know the history, the ancient civilizations and their culture, fundamental pillars of the formation of any person. And at the same time, it encourages students to respect cultural heritage and diversity.

In addition, archeology allows learning through discoveries. So students must ask questions, search for answers, hypothesize and find solutions, just as they will have to do as adults in their personal and professional lives.

And they can do that in Spanish or English, so they also work with languages.

Students have included the digital world in their sources of knowledge and motivating them in the classroom is difficult if we only work with classic teaching tools. Implementing Archaeologist helps teachers from very diverse disciplines to streamline their classes, motivate students and complete their lessons.

And all this through a technological tool adapted to teaching 4.0. that adds the advantages of virtual reality, artificial intelligence or robotics to give students new opportunities.

Archaeologist complements all these areas:

  1. Social Sciences.
  2. History and Geography.
  3. Plastic, Visual and Audiovisual Education.
  4. Spanish language and literature.
  5. First foreign language (English).
  6. Natural Sciences.
  7. Communicative and creative practices.
  8. Classic culture.
  9. Scientific culture.
  10. Technology.
  11. Initiation to entrepreneurial activity.
  1. In the excavation:

Students must show their ability to follow the work method in an orderly and systematic way.

  1. At the laboratory:

Students must show their ability to collect and organize information.

  1. In class, at the end of the game:

The group can develop (through collective discussion or in small groups):

3.1. Actions of deduction, reasoning and establishment of relationships.

3.2 Argue and justify hypotheses.

3.3 Propose new questions.

3.4 Make a summary of the experience (what we have achieved individually).

Archaeologist at home

Archaeologist is much more than video game. It's a virtual world in which you reproduce the real experiences of an archaeologist and learn while you enjoy.

And you can also play how and when you want because the video game is always available on your computer

Archaeologist allows you to know and practice Archeology as a scientific discipline with the analysis of material remains that have been buried throughout history.

It's an interactive, dynamic and fun way to learn about the different periods of history, different civilizations and their cultures and customs.

With this video game you can compare different periods of history and see the different responses that humans have given to vital situations.

Working as a scientist, checking facts for yourself and looking for conclusions, you develop your critical thinking.

In addition, Archaeologist helps you understand the importance of heritage that we must value and preserve.

All this added to the fact that you can choose to play in Spanish, English or Catalan.

If you have any questions, please go to our Support area, in the main menu.

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How and when you want

Archaeologist adapts to you because it's available 24 hours on your computer.

Education 4.0

All the advantages of 3D developments: Interactive, immersive, dynamic and fun experience.

Measurable results

Archaeologist evaluates the work of each student and makes a final evaluation.


Overcoming each expedition the student gets a medal. Achieving 8 medals in the game makes you an Archaeologist Pro.