Parents need to know that Mission US: A Cheyenne Odyssey is a first-person adventure that asks kids to take on the role of a young Cheyenne boy in the late 1800s as he grows to adulthood. This game-ified learning experience is intended to be used as part of an integrated curriculum on Native American culture (resources are provided on the publisher’s website), not necessarily as a stand-alone experience. Although not visually explicit, the scenarios are true to the time period and involve some violence, including the use of guns and arrows; death by war, starvation, and other means; and raids and attacks. Kids will have to make decisions that would be morally questionable by today’s standards, and some kids may find the content to be upsetting. They will be challenged to put themselves in the character’s shoes as he attempts to survive and help his people. They can earn “badges” for generosity, bravery, wisdom, and impulsiveness. These aren’t rewards so much as representations of personality traits within the experience. The game itself doesn’t choose sides, but, because of the perspective, kids may understandably feel most sympathetic toward the main character. Parents also should know that the game presents another cultural way of life, including a different religion. As an example, the adventure begins with a telling of the Cheyenne creation story.