Mohawk language video game free on Apple and Android
MONTREAL – Rivet Rampage, the video game based on APTN’s hit documentary series Mohawk Ironworkers is now available for both iOS and Android devices. Get the app for free on the Apple App and Google Play stores.
Rivet Rampage is a single-player game that puts you in the role of a Mohawk ironworker. You are tasked with building one of the most iconic buildings in history, the Empire State Building, as well as Montreal’s infamous Mercier Bridge. Follow the foreman’s orders and avoid flying birds, hot rivets and whirlnados. Each building site contains multiple levels where you take on real-life ironworker tasks like climbing structures, erecting platforms and finding tools. Explore each worksite for more points and hidden Mohawk Ironworkers virtual trading cards featuring ironworkers from the series. Play the game in Kanien’kéha, English or French. A fun way to learn Kanien’kéha and a piece of Mohawk ironworker history.
Mohawk Ironworkers is a 13-part half hour documentary series that celebrates the steely determination of the Mohawk ironworkers of Kahnawake, Akwesasne and Six Nations said to be “the best ironworkers on the planet”. Mohawk Ironworkers was created by George Hargrave, Paul M. Rickard and Margaret Horn. The series features a team of indigenous directors: Jeff Dorn, Margaret Horn, Courtney Montour, Paul M. Rickard, and Michelle Smith. Individual episodes of the series are available for viewing on Vimeo On Demand.
Mushkeg Productions Inc. is an indigenous production company specializing in films about the indigenous experience, films that deal with contemporary issues facing Canada’s First Nations, their environment, activities, traditions and their struggle for economic and political autonomy. The company is headed by Paul M. Rickard, independent Cree filmmaker and cameraman. Paul’s partner is veteran producer and director George Hargrave. Past series include Finding Our Talk and Ring of Fire. Mohawk Ironworkers is their fourth series for APTN.
Social Media Links:
Like Mohawk Ironworkers: www.facebook.com/MohawkIronworkersTV
Visit Mohawk Ironworkers Website: www.mohawkironworkers.com
Watch Online: www.aptn.ca/mohawkironworkers
Rent the Series: www.vimeo.com/ondemand/mohawkironworkers
Mushkeg Productions: www.mushkeg.ca