It′s a shame. ′Pg′ is using an online platform (likely with a decent device) to ban a generation about their access to technology.
I am a millennial. I remember playing in school. That′s why I am on this page in the first place. Just kind of food for thought to those predisposed do decide others morals based on age. At least last millennials are discriminatory by a LARGE margin. But that′s numbers not opinion.
I′m glad to see this on here so I can reminisce the days when nothing could go wrong.
I remember playing this game back in 1990 while I was in the sixth grade. I used to love going to the computer lab with my class each week, just so we could play The Oregon Trail on those Old School Apple computers. Each of us were so enthralled by the game, it was the only time that an instructor didn′t have to tell us to be quiet. Kids today (Millenials) will never understand how fun and educational The Oregon Trail was for our generation. Sadly, the main reasons they use computers is to connect on Social Media (which has led to Cyber Bullying),
Hacking/Stealing personal information, and other nonsense. Only Xennials can comprehend how Awesome this game is, was and always will be! We grew up during a time when life was simple, and technology had not overstepped it′s boundaries by consuming the entire world, and turning everyone into illiterate zombies that can′t function without an Iphone in their hand.
WoW !!! I was in 6th/7th grade when this game came out been looking for a few yrs for a copy. Always loved coming upon a river and deciding how to handle it. A lot of times would forge the rivers but not always the wise way to go. Current would usually tip you over and cost you supplies. LOL Oh well....
- Release name: The Oregon Trail: Classic Edition
- Year: 1990
- Platform: DOS
- Released in: United States
- Genre: Educational, Simulation
- Theme: Geography, History, Managerial, Real-Time, Western
- Publisher: MECC
- Developer: MECC
- Perspectives: Side view, Top-Down, Bird′s-eye view, Text-based / Spreadsheet, Fixed / Flip-screen
- Dosbox support – http://www.dosbox.com/comp_list.php?showID=808 – Fully supported on 0.72