Organ Trail is a retro zombie survival game. Travel westward in a station wagon with 4 of your friends, scavenging for supplies and fending off the undead. Members of your party might die of dysentery or you might have to put them down yourself when they get bit.
Frequency asked questions and rumours
- When was Organ Trail: Director’s Cut released?
- Who was the developer that made Organ Trail: Director’s Cut?
- How long is Organ Trail?
- How far did the pioneers typically walk each day for 6 months?
- Can you get Oregon Trail on steam?
- Is Organ Trail free?
- Where is Oregon Trail free?
- How many months did the pioneers walk?
- Where does The Oregon Trail start?
- How far did the pioneers travel?
- How do you play the Trail?
- How do you find a partner in the trail?
- Is the trail on steam?
When was Organ Trail: Director’s Cut released?
Who was the developer that made Organ Trail: Director’s Cut?
How long is Organ Trail?roughly 2,000-mile
How far did the pioneers typically walk each day for 6 months?
Can you get Oregon Trail on steam?
Is Organ Trail free?Can you play Oregon Trail online for free? Yes, you can play the Oregon Trail game online for FREE!7 Jun 2021
Where is Oregon Trail free?
A website called Internet Archive has The Oregon Trail also available for free play. From there, you can play online or plug in a gaming device for an even more authentic vintage experience.16 Apr 2020
How many months did the pioneers walk?
Perhaps some 300,000 to 400,000 people used it during its heyday from the mid-1840s to the late 1860s, and possibly a half million traversed it overall, covering an average of 15 to 20 miles (24 to 32 km) per day; most completed their journeys in four to five months.
Where does The Oregon Trail start?Independence, Missouri
How far did the pioneers travel?
The Oregon Trail was a roughly 2,000-mile route from Independence, Missouri, to Oregon City, Oregon, which was used by hundreds of thousands of American pioneers in the mid-1800s to emigrate west. The trail was arduous and snaked through Missouri and present-day Kansas, Nebraska, Wyoming, Idaho and finally into Oregon.20 Jan 2021
How do you find a partner in the trail?
Ask your personal social networks. Hikers generally like invites, or at least, they’re willing to help with some advice. Your friends can help connect you with a partner and give you great insight on gear and other aspects of the trail. Join the conversation on the PCT social media channels.