So Long, Oregon!

So Long, Oregon!

Test your wagon driving skills in a fun new game about American history.


Additional Informations
  • Current Version: 1.2
  • Updated: October 10, 2014
  • Requires Android: 2.3.3 and up
  • Installs: 1,000 - 5,000

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Descriptions


A fun new game about American history.

Featuring:
- Realistic Conestoga wagon physics!
- 5 exciting diseases!
- The lost city of gold!

Drive a wagon across the American west, then veer south in search of the legendary ancient lost city of GOLD known as "El Dorado". Oregon only has dirt! Wouldn't you rather be rich?

Test your Conestoga wagon driving skills in 4 Challenges, including the Historical Oregon Trail for those of you who don't want gold.

Experience historically accurate terrain collision rendering. So much more than just going left!

Reviews


3.3
37 total
5 16 
4 3 
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2 6 
1 9 

  • So Long, Oregon!
    Olive newman Published date: December 5, 2016

    Not like Oregon trail at all. Decent game Full Review

  • So Long, Oregon!
    A Google User Published date: February 25, 2012

    I paid 2 dollars for this? This is a very simple clone of the many games like it with the exception that you're a wagon rather than a motorcycle. You get stuck easily and the controls have a lot to be desired. The only redeeming point is there are a few things that you'll get a chuckled from, like the reference to the donner party. Full Review

  • So Long, Oregon!
    A Google User Published date: February 25, 2012

    Authentic and Awesome If you've ever played the real Oregon Trail (on old computers with floppy disks) then you'll appreciate this game. I see that the MECC (Minnesota Education Computing Consortium) was involved in this. They were the creators of the original game. I'm not sure if they sold the "Oregon Trail" naming rights long ago, which is why there are crappy pay-to-play versions in the market and this one is called something else. Anyway, the point is that this one won't ask you to purchase 30 whatevers to enhance gameplay Full Review

  • So Long, Oregon!
    A Google User Published date: May 15, 2012

    Nostalgically awesome Great parody of the original. Simple yet addictive gameplay. Also, I'm putting in five stars to offset the clods who couldn't tell that this was obviously a parody. Full Review

  • So Long, Oregon!
    A Google User Published date: April 18, 2012

    Waste of money Not at all what I expected, maybe that's my own fault for not looking into this app a little further before I purchased it. Basically you're driving your wagon over mountains flying from mountain top to mountain top doing flips and landing upside down 90% of the time causing broken limbs and eventually death. Nothing even close to the original Oregon Trail as I was hoping for. Again my fault for not doing my research but you've been warned. Full Review

  • So Long, Oregon!
    A Google User Published date: October 22, 2012

    Nothing like the original This game is NOTHING like the original. I DON'T suggest this game to ANYONE... Sucks I had to pay for it... Full Review

  • So Long, Oregon!
    A Google User Published date: July 29, 2012

    Leaves a lot to be desired :( Full Review

  • So Long, Oregon!
    steven avery Published date: August 18, 2014

    Lots of force closes Fun concept but it crashes all the time Full Review

  • So Long, Oregon!
    A Google User Published date: March 13, 2012

    Awesome! Best game on Android hands down! Hilarious and addictive. Full Review

  • So Long, Oregon!
    Charlene Van Belle Published date: February 22, 2015

    No thanks I thought it would be a fun game to play I played a similar game on my computer awhile ago. It just doesn't work like it should, and keeps getting smaller and smaller. Full Review

  • So Long, Oregon!
    A Google User Published date: February 24, 2012

    You'll laugh, you'll cry... ... and, if you pay attention, you might even learn something. Roger Ebert once notoriously said that video games are not art. Clearly, he has never played "So Long Oregon." There have been other video games that try to simulate the hardships of life on the Oregon Trail; for example, there is "The Oregon Trail." That game, unfortunately, is known for its historical inaccuracy, in addition to a complete lack of sweet jumps and crazy flying snake physics. This game rectifies all of these issues, thus providing the most accurate and entertaining rendition of life on the trail in video game form to date. In conclusion: you should buy this game. It's pretty rad. Full Review

  • So Long, Oregon!
    A Google User Published date: March 24, 2012

    Awful Would have enjoyed something more like the classic game Full Review

  • So Long, Oregon!
    Jay Tee Published date: April 4, 2015

    Not Oregon trail at all. Full Review