Ojibwe History Games

Fish Lake 3-D Adventure Game

Fish Lake, is a 3-D game where players practice with fractions while learning math problem-solving strategies. They’ll also be introduced to Ojibwe history. Canoe through the rapids. Find enough food for your village’s survival. Recommended for grades 4 and up. Available for iPad, Mac or Windows computers. Included in your school license. Classroom license ($100) and individual licenses ($9.99 computers/ $4.99 iPad) also available.

Fish Lake Demo – get one level free

Making Camp Premium

Our most-popular game expanded! Customize your virtual wigwam inside and out. Earn points by solving math problems, learning about language arts and answering social studies questions in the village-building simulation game. Get it for iPad or Android. Play it on the web on Chromebook, Mac or Windows computers. Included in your school license. Individual licenses ($1.99) also available.

Making Camp Ojibwe – free

This free game, made available through U.S. Department of Agriculture funding for rural youth development, includes nine videos on Ojibwe clans, culture and social structure woven throughout the game. Cultural content is also included in clickable info boxes for each item in the wigwam. Get it for iPad or Android. Play it on the web on Chromebook, Mac or Windows computers.

Forgotten Trail

Forgotten Trail follows two teenagers who apply their knowledge of fractions, decimals, measurement and statistics to retrace the Ojibwe migration through the U.S. and Canada. We fit in the cultural part through stories and flashbacks. Recommended Grades 5-7. Included in your school license. Forgotten Trail runs on Mac, Windows or Chromebook, plays in any browser, get it for $4.99 a player or $49.99 for a whole class. No download required.