Mission US has many free online historical simulations for teachers and students, with a high-production quality.

I really liked using their one on the American Revolution when I was teaching U.S. History, but then they really went in the wrong direction in their simulations about the underground railroad and another on Native Americans (see MISSION US UNVEILS NEW IMMIGRATION GAME – IS IT A WINNER OR A LOSER?).

Since my last post, they’ve unveiled new ones on Japanese-American Internment (Imprisonment) and on the Civil Rights Movement, and they have an upcoming one on indigenous Americans.

I haven’t yet checked these out, but I have to assume (hope) they they learned their lesson from all the critical feedback they received from their earlier games.

Let me know what you think if you’ve used them.

I’m adding this info to The Best Online Learning Simulation Games & Interactives — Help Me Find More, where you can also find many additional resources about how careful we need to be when using historical simulations in the classroom.