Revolutionary Choices is an innovative strategy game about the American Revolution. The choices you make decide the fate of the Patriot cause and the American republic.

To win the war, you must take into account not only actions on the battlefield, but also key events faced by the Revolutionary generation in both the Continental Congress and the individual states.

Victory is ultimately attained by defeating the British, but you must also establish and protect the high ideals of universal liberty and natural rights while nurturing the fragile union of the states. There are soldiers to recruit, armies to supply, and money to raise to fight the war for independence.

As you play, you will encounter many historical figures from diverse backgrounds who assist you in achieving victory. Fight your way to Yorktown while keeping morale strong among troops and citizens alike. Court alliances with France, Spain, and Holland. Defend your cities and utilize your scouts, spies, and agents to ensure victory against the British.

Independence was attained over the course of eight long years, but with Revolutionary Choices you can learn about America’s struggle in the course of a few hours!

Key game features:

* Navigate over 150 historic events and dilemmas faced during the Revolutionary War, illustrated using more than 200 images—some of which spring to life to recognize critical moments in the course of gameplay.

* Fight over two dozen of the Revolution's most famous battles.

* Meet famous revolutionaries including Continental Army officer Alexander Hamilton, Native American leader Daniel Nimham, and African American poet Phillis Wheatley, who you can deploy at unique moments to give you gameplay advantages when it's needed most.

* See how your decisions on and off the battlefield impacted the creation of the United States and its highest ideals with multiple end scenarios.

Special Learning Support Materials for Students and Schools!

Revolutionary Choices is for people of all ages, but is also designed to supplement and enhance the study of the American Revolution in schools and universities. Visit for materials.

The American Revolution Institute promotes understanding and appreciation of the American Revolution. Created by the Society of the Cincinnati, one of the nation’s oldest cultural organizations, the Institute advocates for educational reform, supports advanced study, presents exhibitions and other public programs, and provides resources to teachers and students to enrich understanding of our War for Independence and the principles of the men and women who secured the liberty of the American people. For more about the American Revolution Institute and its resources, visit

What’s New

Version 1.07

copy changes

Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
23 Ratings

23 Ratings

hheeellloooo ,

Awesome but some help

This game is the best ever type of colonial era I have found and it’s even about the American revolution! But a problems I keep having is It’s really hard and I keep losing so do you have any advice or help that I could use to maybe effectively win more and actually beat the game once or maybe just an easy mode for.

Grat king ,

Really good history game

Really good game. I like the mix of history and your own choices. It makes for a really fun game. I just wish that each and every time you start a new one, you don’t have to go through the tutorial. This just gets a little repetitive after playing a few times. I also wish that you could pay for the amount of troops you want. I pay the 100k for the 300 men when I only need 50 and the rest go to waste. I know this might be to much to ask, but I also think it would be cool if the cards could allow you to start campaigns to. Say if you draw a card that allows you to advance on Montreal or attack a British encampment. I feel like adding a little more freedom to the campaign and allow you to play the war as you want.

Alpha_Wolf_101 ,

Found a game breaking glitch

There is a skirmish event which comes up and you aren’t able to do anything. So then it makes the game unplayable

Developer Response ,

Thank you for making us aware of this issue. The problem has been fixed in the most recent version update.

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