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The Oregon Trail

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Android 1 3.3
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Combined MobyScore 1 3.3


The Press Says

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Nintendo DSiNintendoWorldReport
The Oregon Trail is a great premium-priced title on the DSiWare Store and stands out as one of the best titles on the service. Not only is the gameplay engaging and fun, but it's also educational. In short, The Oregon Trail is one game you're not going to want to miss, whether you like educational games or not.
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iPhoneThunderbolt Games
Even though it is certainly one of the more enjoyable and well-crafted games in the iPhone store, The Oregon Trail more a pleasant distraction rather than a full-blown adventure but is still worth a couple of play-throughs. Gameloft crafted a worthy bearer of The Oregon Trail moniker: a clever and varied addition to Appleā€™s mobile market.
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iPhoneIGN
The Oregon Trail may be too easy for its own good at first, but this is still a great play for any gamer. Older gamers that remember the original will get a kick out of the refresh while newcomers will enjoy a game that is always offering something new to do or look at. And everybody will love the game's awesome hand-drawn visuals that truly pop off the screen. This game is gorgeous. Priced right now at $5.99, Oregon Trail is easy to recommend. Plus, you may even learn a little something along the trail. After all, that was the whole point of the original.