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The Oregon Trail 3rd Edition: Pioneer Adventures

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MD5: 4f61e25c1c82229aafbb5f955ef0fc2a
For System 7.0 - 7.6 - Mac OS 9
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us (570.53 MB)
MD5: a32227d6dd086b296e6ee6d55c7b063e
For System 7.0 - 7.6 - Mac OS 9
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us (533.42 MB)
MD5: 8fb61ac8c76db35bf41fc2cf3cec4553
For System 7.0 - 7.6 - Mac OS 9
This game works with: SheepShaver,

The Oregon Trail 3rd Edition: Pioneer Adventures Collector's Edition offers several new features to the originally released title. As in most collector editions, the gameplay remains essentially the same, but the designers at The Learning Company have enhanced the experience by including the capability to now pick a team, balance their skills, and hunt, fish and cross rivers in 3D environments. Gameplay still centres on finding your way across the United States, beginning in Independence, Missouri, after choosing traveling companions, forming a party, outfitting the group, and joining a wagon train. Possible partners include occupations such as blacksmiths, farmers, nurses, midwives, merchants, artists, prospectors and more, and careful consideration must be given to the tools, weapons, clothing, medicine and general supplies bought before the trip. Morale, pace, rations and safety, as well as the ability to catch game and find edible plants along the way are important aspects of surviving The Oregon Trail (allgame).

Hybrid Mac/PC Toast images.

See also The Oregon Trail, The Oregon Trail CD, The Oregon Trail II, and The Oregon Trail 5th Edition.

Architecture: PPC

PPC (8100 / 100 or greater)
Mac OS 7.1 or higher
16 MB memory (RAM)
Quad-speed CD-ROM drive
Hard drive with 25 MB free space
256-color display (13" or larger monitor)


SophieAyase's picture
by SophieAyase - 2014, May 11 - 11:17pm

Whoops, that passed me by. I just copied and pasted from the readme.

mrdav's picture
by mrdav - 2014, May 11 - 10:52pm

Are we still being careful with referring to S***m 7 ?