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It’s finally here! Our development team has been hard at work, revamping Making Camp Ojibwe. Now it has been featured on the front page under the Kids’ New + Updated games! Making Camp Ojibwe for Android features a newly updated in-game store. The before and after from the trading section […]

Making Camp Ojibwe: New & Improved on Android





In a recent conversation it became clear to me that I am not very good at explaining how 7 Generation Games is a profitable and growing business. That probably was made worse by the fact that we are re-releasing two of our apps using different technology to be able to […]

How we make money when content is not ours to ...


alejandro
Hi, my name is Alberto and I am a sophomore in high school. 7 Generation Games has been my first actual job experience and so far I have been enjoying it. The people here have been really helpful in helping me learn new skills. As an intern my job is […]

Being a video game tester


As of 8/13/2021, our two augmented reality apps that are currently being updated are as follows: Counting by Two Languages – Android & iOS Math: The Universal Language – Lakota – Android These versions of the app are under construction. You won’t be able to access them until construction is […]

Two AR Apps Under Construction





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“My labels were born from my hustle.” Jeremy Arviso Jeremy D. Arviso is a man on a mission. He has a passion for multimedia art, which encompasses graffiti, fashion design, and traditional techniques. Arviso is strongly influenced by his grandmother, a weaver and silversmith who inspired his creativity. He found […]

Behind the Art of Making Camp Navajo: Jeremy D. Arviso



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Yá’át’ééh ‘abiní. The 7 Generation Games design team finished the first phase of Making Camp Navajo, which included brainstorming, drafting, and outlining cultural scripts and mini-games. Throughout our first phase, we were accompanied by our wonderful and highly knowledgable Dine’ cultural consultants, Albert B. Chase of Dine’ Pollen Trail Consulting, […]

Making Camp Navajo: The Journey Home