The Oregon Trail, the classic educational game first published in 1974, is now available as a handheld. You’ll only find it at Target retail locations right now, and it’s not yet available online. The best news is that it only costs a measly $24.99.
This little gem is as full-featured as it gets. Onboard is the complete game, in full color and including the original sound effects. You can choose your starting career, name your party of five travellers, load up the wagon and, yes, even hunt for food.
Oregon Trail Handheld Gaming Device Design
This is a uniquely designed and eye-catching handheld gaming device that measures 9 x 6 x 2.5 inches and weighs 1 pound. As we can see from the images, the handheld game console is inspired by those retro personal computers from the 1970s, so it shows off a CRT-styled screen, multiple big buttons with smooth edges, we even can see a floppy disk drive-like detail that’s arranged on the left of its built-in speaker.
Oregon Trail Handheld Gaming Device Features
With its compact design, you can enjoy the Oregon Trail, one of the most popular video games wherever you’re, and the big buttons bring you more retro gaming experience. Moreover, the gaming device comes equipped with a small LCD display that shows you 8-bit graphics, and it’s powered by 3 AA batteries. Have you been ready to guide your covered wagon from Independence, Missouri, to Oregon’s Willamette Valley? Don’t forget to monitor your traveling pace, supplies, and the health of your party during the virtual journey.
Oregon Trail Handheld Gaming Device Price
It’s available in stores for $25, and while it’s not listed on the Target website yet, you can use BrickSeek to see if its in stock at a Target near you. If you’re interested, jump to Amazon for its more details. Want more efficient then this, then Nintendo 3DS is best option that’s unveiled at tech data conference 2017.