The Oregon Trail: 3rd Edition
Windows - 1997
Description of The Oregon Trail: 3rd Edition Windows
Here is the video game “The Oregon Trail: 3rd Edition”! Released in 1997 on Windows, it's still available and playable with some tinkering. It's an educational and simulation game, set in an ecology / nature, geography, history, hunting, sailing / boating and western themes.
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GjRant 2019-05-30 1 point
Works for the most part, data files on 2nd and 3rd cd are corrupted, not positive but i think this could be why none of the npc's animate/work properly after leaving independence and why i can't actually finish the game and get my score/land :(, tried re-downloading and same files are corrupted
Prince Ire 2019-05-10 0 point
Unfortunately while the game itself is 32 bit, the installer is 16 bit. So while you can start up the window, as soon as you hit install it'll stop working on a modern system.
LUCERNA 2019-05-10 1 point
When I unzip the file there's 3 ios files, labeled CD1, CD2, and CD3.
I can't find a .exe file anywhere.
It may be stupid... but can somebody explain what I'm supposed to do next? Thanks.
Hellakenut 2019-03-26 -2 points
@DB ".iso's - useless for the average person, pain in the ass for everyone else"
Lol, are you stupid? You can mount ISO's with a plethora of software. If you can't figure it out, then either your Google searches are borked, or you failed English at a minimum of a D+ level...
Chuck 2019-03-22 -7 points
If you think ISO files are difficult you have no business trying to play old games on modern systems. Seriously. Learn2retrogame.
bealocwealm 2019-02-15 0 point
So... mounting the .isos isn't the problem. Mounting is easy in windows 10; the problem is I can't run a game in compatibility mode if it isn't installed, and I can't install it without running it in compatibility mode... Plus the compatibility mode only goes back to XP.
Anyone know what to do?
cecil 2019-01-18 2 points
ISOs are just fine. Emulators everywhere. Think of them as self contained installation packages that allow software to persist after its cycle.
Kyle 2018-09-25 1 point
Never mind, it was because of the time of day. The download was successful after trying at a different time of day.
Kyle 2018-08-28 1 point
I cannot get this to download. It fails every time at about the 220-280 mb mark and cannot get download to presume. This is in both Chrome and Firefox. Is there something wrong with the file?
DB 2018-08-02 -5 points
.iso's - useless for the average person, pain in the ass for everyone else
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