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|What is this Article mainly about?
|Every year, The Strong National Museum of Play inducts video games that have had a substantial influence on the gaming industry into its World Video Game Hall of Fame.
|Which is the closest synonym for the word canon, as it is used in the Article?
|Which of these is a statement of opinion?
|Video games that offer continuous action such as Super Mario Kart are more enjoyable to play than static screen games like Microsoft Solitaire.
|Based on information in the Article, in what way do Super Mario Kart and Microsoft Solitaire contrast?
|Only Microsoft Solitaire was designed to teach players a valuable computer skill.
|Which two words are the closest synonyms?
|Hallowed and venerated
|Why did the author include this passage?
|To describe The Strong National Museum of Play’s standards for selecting inductees into the World Video Game Hall of Fame
|Which passage from the Article best supports the idea that a game should have significantly impacted the gaming industry in order to be inducted into the hall of fame?
|Microsoft Solitaire, for instance, has likely been installed on more than 1 billion computers around the world since 1991. Based on a centuries-old card game, it was both popular and influential and even taught computer users how to use a new device—the mouse.
|Based on the Article, the reader can predict that __.
|Next year’s inductees into the World Video Game Hall of Fame may not be the most popular games available at the time.