The Oregon Trail: Adventures along the Oregon Trail, 5th Edition
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- Make the wise choices as you avoid hazards and face the many challenges of frontier life
- Go hunting, buy the right supplies, talk to Indians and fellow travelers and much more
- Along the way you'll discover useful wilderness knowledge like avoiding poison and crossing rivers
- Kids will also get to learn the complete story of the Donner Party
- Ages 9 and up
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1) OT5.exe error FIX ----- [just google search the patch for this error since I can't post the direct link] ...sorry :(
2) To close guidebook ------ Press Alt and F4 simultaneously
New way to fish, and the gathering option (as in gathering wild edibles) has helped me teach a new aspect of the oregon trail: the need to have knowledge about edibles and poisons. That option was great when tying in walkabouts to discuss whats in our area naturally. we have family in the Northwest so it was fun connecting our kids here with the family there- gave them something to talk about.
Other than that its the same old game as it always was- glad they didn try to fix what wasnt broke.
Aside from the above changes, the basics of the game remain the same, and it will look familiar to those who have played other editions. A few things have been updated, particularly some aspects concerning Native Americans and some geography, but the good times still keep rolling.
This version is very much based on points you recieve for things; you choose your level (greenhorn, adventurer, trail guide) based on the types of decisions you want to make, you choose your profession based on the points multiplier you want (and amount of money you want to start with), and you make all decisions based on the points you recieve in the end. There is less of a show, also, when you reach oregon city (it actually seems like this version is a bit dumbed down, or something).
However, it probably would entertain younger kids because this version is a little simpler, and offers more personalization for the intensity of game you are looking for.
Overall, still a fun game, but if your computer will run the 3rd editions, i would get that one instead.