The iconic video game “The Oregon Trail” is back with a new version—and a more nuanced approach to the story of white settlers traveling across the American West in 1848. As Kimber Collins reports for WKRG, the updated iteration, created by Gameloft, is now available through the Apple Arcade subscription service.
Can you still play the game Oregon Trail?
The Oregon Trail. A website called Internet Archive has The Oregon Trail also available for free play. From there, you can play online or plug in a gaming device for an even more authentic vintage experience.
Can you still see The Oregon Trail today?
You can still follow the Oregon Trail today — and its the perfect road trip for hardcore fans of the 90s game. Immortalized in the 90s-kid-favorite computer game of the same name, The Oregon Trail makes for an epic 2,000-mile road trip, perfect for history buffs and fans of vast natural beauty.
Can you still see wagon ruts on the Oregon Trail?
Alcove Spring Swales The ruts were maintained, and grew, by the thousands of wagons that traveled through this area. They can still be seen today.
Did the Oregon Trail go through Nebraska?
The Oregon Trail enters Nebraskas southern border with Kansas just west of the small town of Odell. The emigrants then continued northwest to the Platte, a wide, shallow, meandering river that served as their highway into present-day Wyoming.