The American Revolution Institute has produced an educational game:
https://www.americanrevolutioninstitute.org/revolutionary-choices-game/ Here is what the web site says:
Revolutionary Choices starts with the first shots at Lexington and Concord and follows the course of the Revolutionary War, as the British mount a series of campaigns to suppress the American rebellion before the French are tempted to enter the war in support of the revolutionaries. The Continental Congress has to grapple with difficult choices about how to finance the war, how to approach European powers for support and how to supply the army. The states have their own choices to make about supporting the common cause or defending their own interests, and the army has to make choices about when to fight and when to flee in the face of superior British forces in order to fight another day. Winning battles is important, but Revolutionary Choices is much more than a war game. It challenges players to find ways to win while upholding the high ideal of universal liberty and natural rights and nurturing the fragile union of the states.