Do you know any schools, teachers or after school programs that could benefit from our games? 2

Did you know that we are able to offer free game licenses to classrooms in Title I schools, tribal schools, or after school programs that serve Native American students?

If you know a teacher or school that could benefit from playing our adventure games, simply email us at:

A little about our games and us – We were originally funded as a Small Business Innovation Research project under the USDA rural and economic development initiative. Thanks to generous sponsors, we are able to offer our games at no cost to Title I schools and after school programs serving Title I students.

We have two games available now.

Spirit Lake: The Game – An introduction to the series in which players explore the virtual world, find medicine to save their tribe, escape from rabid wolves and go on a buffalo hunt. Mathematics focus on multiplication and division, with a bit of geometry and probability. People who played Spirit Lake: The Game for just eight weeks saw their math scores improve 300 percent!

Fish Lake – tackles fractions while you migrate with your family across the Great Plains (based on the migration of the Ojibwe people to “the land where food grows on the water”). This game is full of side quests, Easter eggs and (of course) real-life math. This expansion of our virtual world includes activities suggested by our beta testers on the Spirit Lake Dakota Nation and the Turtle Mountain Reservation. “I’d like to be able to row a boat in that lake.” “You should have deer hunting.” Here you go!

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  • Mark Johnson

    I’m excited about using these games in our school district. I am a High School English Teacher in Oakville, WA. We are a public school with about 50 students in 4 grades in the High School. We are a Title 1 school, over 50% Native American population, located in Southwest Washington, just off the Chehalis Indian Reservation. There is an after school program run by the Chehalis Indian Education Dept. at the Tribal Community Center. I found your site when learning the background of Ronda Rousey, and amazing person and athlete. I look forward to hearing your reply as soon as practicable.
    –Mark A Johnson, English Teacher.