Here is a list of history games online that I found at “Educational Technology and Mobile Learning“. All you need is a browser and an Internet connection.
1. Mission US
Mission US Mission US is an award-winning educational media project that immerses young people in transformational moments from U.S. history.
Developed for use by middle school students in the classroom and beyond, Mission US is a deeply-researched, award-winning educational media project with proven positive impact on history learning. Interactive narrative games immerse players in rich, historical settings and empower them to make choices that illuminate how ordinary people experienced the past. Educator’s guides provide a wealth of resources and activities that show the broader social, political, and economic context of events and perspectives in the games.
Reimagines civic education for American democracy. Race to Ratify drops your students into 1787, where the ink is still drying on the new Constitution. Will it become the law of the land or will it fall into the dustbin of history? The fate of the young nation is in their hands! Use this game to teach the big ideas at the core of the ratification debate between the Federalists and Anti-Federalists.
3. Free Interactive and Printable Learning Games and Practice Quizzes in history. Great activity in class for testing and revising.