Customized Development


Want to share your knowledge with the world but don’t have the in-house resources to make a game?

Whether it is the history of your community, an Indigenous language or the impact of an agricultural product, games are a great way to reach a broader audience. If you are struggling to attract younger consumers to your ‘brand’, a game, playable on mobile devices or the web, is a great way to set yourself apart from the crowd.

Educational videogames developed by 7 Generation Games
Making Camp Lakota screen for mini-game choices
Choose a game to learn math – in English or Lakota
AzTech Games. Learn fractions, basic statistics and Latin American history, in this bilingual game, Spanish and English, that’s also an adventure!
Enter the Mayan Empire and learn about how math has always mattered.
Screenshot of videogame based in the Chilean History
Chilean history made interactive in this game funded by the Chilean government’s Start-Up Chile.
Sheep ranching game from Making Camp Navajo
Learn about sheep ranching in Making Camp Navajo

Games may cost less than you think

Game costs can range from $8,000 to $250,000, depending on the scope you have in mind and how many different platforms (web, iOS, Android, Windows) you want it to run on. The typical game we make is in the $10,000 – $50,000 range with variation mostly due to the number of levels desired.

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