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While many Westerners feel a sort of ownership of the Oregon Trail, the computer game of the same name had a similar westward movement, starting in Minnesota in the 1970s.
It's always nice to get a nod on national television, which is what happened a week ago on "Jeopardy!"
John Hopton & Christopher Pilny for redOrbit.com - Your Universe Online When the news broke last week that more than 2,000 MS-DOS computer games had been added to the Internet Archive , we freaked out. The games that we grew up playing-- Castle Wolfenstein , Prince of Persia , Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego? --were once again at our disposal, and FOR FREE. For a few minutes, we attempted ...
Orchestra on the Oregon Trail organizers recently learned the Wichita-based Fred and Mary Koch Foundation has given a $5,000 lead gift to help with a Labor Day weekend event at Alcove Spring that will feature a performance by the Topeka Symphony Orchestra.
The hugely popular educational game, which recreates pioneer life, dysentery and all, is part of a recent batch of MS-DOS games available at the Internet Archive.
The website will feature games from the 1990s including Sim City, The Oregon Trail, and Prince of Persia.
Load up your wagon, buy your provisions and hit The Oregon Trail -- it's like the '80s all over again.
At right, Kyle Wylie Pickett, conductor, and musicians with the Topeka Symphony Orchestra, including Marysville resident Breta Bloomberg, far left, pose at the Kansas History Museum for a photo in support of an Orchestra on the Oregon Trail planned for Labor Day weekend at Alcove Spring in Marshall County.
Good news for all you 80s and 90s kids out there. According to the Washington Post about 2,400 MS-DOS games are now available for play on the Internet Archive. For some of us, this undoubtedly means trying to beat The Oregon Trail and not “die of dysentery” along the way. This isn’t the first time some […]
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