Trade your way to adventure and help shipwrecked Robbie navigate his way through the Barter Islands. Learn about the fundamentals of a barter system and the value of a uniform and acceptable currency. This free resource is available in English and Spanish. Download the app through Google Play or iTunes.
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You’re Robbie. You’re a sailor. You’re shipwrecked! How will you get home?
To begin playing the game, select either the English or Spanish language version.
Robbie has wrecked his ship and needs help getting home by locating a sail on one of the Barter Islands.
After collecting oranges on Orange Island, visit each of the Barter Islands to make trades for important items that will help Robbie in this quest for a sail.
On each of the Barter Islands, you will meet with the Chief who will provide instructions about how to make your trades successfully.
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