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The Oregon Trail

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Released
Platforms
MobyRank MobyScore
Apple II
...
3.9
Macintosh
...
4.0
Atari 8-bit
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3.9

Apple II
Business Model Commercial
Minimum CPU Class Required Apple II
Minimum OS Class Required DOS 3.3
Minimum RAM Required 64 KB
Media Type 5.25" Floppy Disk
Video Modes Supported Hi-Res
Input Devices Supported Keyboard
Number of Players Supported 1 Player

Atari 8-bit
There is no technical information on file for the Atari 8-bit release of this game. If you have the tech specs for this game, you can contribute them.

DOS
Business Model Commercial
Minimum CPU Class Required 8088 / 8086
Minimum OS Class Required DOS 2.1
Minimum RAM Required 512 KB
Media Type 3.5" Floppy Disk, 5.25" Floppy Disk, CD-ROM
Video Modes Supported CGA, EGA, MCGA, SuperVGA, VGA
Sound Devices Supported Adlib, PC Speaker, Sound Blaster
Input Devices Supported Joystick (Analog), Keyboard, Mouse
Notes Classic Edition CD-ROM release requires at least:
80386 CPU
MS-DOS 5.0
1 MB RAM
256 color VGA or SVGA card

Macintosh
Business Model Commercial
Minimum CPU Class Required Motorola 68020
Minimum OS Class Required System 7.0
Minimum RAM Required 4 MB
Media Type CD-ROM
Minimum CD-ROM Drive Speed Required 2X
Video Modes Supported 256 Colors Required

Windows
Business Model Commercial
Minimum CPU Class Required 80386
Minimum OS Class Required Windows 95
Minimum RAM Required 4 MB
Media Type CD-ROM, Download
Minimum CD-ROM Drive Speed Required 2X
Video Modes Supported 256 Colors Required, SVGA/XGA (640*480)
Input Devices Supported Keyboard, Mouse
Miscellaneous Attributes Printer

Windows 3.x
Business Model Commercial
Minimum CPU Class Required 80386
Minimum OS Class Required Windows 3.1
Minimum RAM Required 4 MB
Media Type CD-ROM
Minimum CD-ROM Drive Speed Required 2X
Video Modes Supported 256 Colors Required, SVGA/XGA (640*480)
Input Devices Supported Keyboard, Mouse
Miscellaneous Attributes Printer


Technical information contributed by PCGamer77 (3027), Peter Hall (127) and thf (154625)