Monthly Archives: June 2015

I have just come back from a trek through Washington, DC. and Denham Springs, Louisiana. In a few weeks, I’m heading out to North Dakota. How does that justify tearing apart our website? It’s like this …. once you get out of the Silicon Beach / Silicon Valley bubble you […]

Why I’m Ruining our Website

Enemies in the forest
Some days, I am delighted with 7 Generation Games. Having read the research that says that a large proportion of small businesses don’t survive their first year, and a majority aren’t around five years later, the fact that we’re still here makes me happy. Other days, I can get a […]

Every day, we get better

For kids, summer vacation is about being carefree. But for parents, the months off may be cause for concern. Studies have shown that most students lose the equivalent of two months of math skills over the summer. Lower income students also lose two months of reading skills over the break. […]

Get Ready For Camp!

meeting the giant
Since we successfully completed our Kickstarter campaign  we haven’t had too much to say about Forgotten Trail. Yes, everyone received their awards in the mail; t-shirts, posters and postcards. ( If you did not, email ) What’s actually happening on the game? One of those who bought a game character sent […]

Forgotten Trail is Not Forgotten

One nice part of working at 7 Generation Games is hearing from people who play our games. Here are a few that made my day. Some are from a middle school where I had the opportunity to meet student in person and several followed up with letters (which I’ll bet […]

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