Would You Survive The Oregon Trail?

We all remember this traumatizing 90's computer game. Remember how easy it was to die? Take this quiz and find out if you'd make it, or how you'd die.

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On Jul 13, 2015

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Your group is out of water, and you're parched. What do you do?

You see a buffalo and need food, but there isn't room on the wagon. You...

Someone in the group is sick. How do you react?

There's a fork in the trail, what do you do?

There's been a death in the group, so you...

What is the worst way to die?

How would you attempt to cross a river that's 400 feet wide and 30 feet deep?

You hunt and kill a buffalo... how much do you bring back?

How would you classify the current morale of the group?

You died of SNAKE BITE

You died of SNAKE BITE

Well, luck just wasn’t in your favor this time around. Mid journey, while walking to grab something that fell off the wagon, you just happened to get bit by a venomous snake. Your story ended there, but you had a good life while it lasted. Your giddy attitude helped the morale every second of everyday, and because of that, the entire group thanks you. Hopefully your comrades take the time to bury you in the ground, but if they don’t, you’ll be left by the side of the trail.

You died of EXHAUSTION

You died of EXHAUSTION

You’ve gotta be commended here. You gave this trail everything you had and more, but your body just couldn’t handle it. Every day, you fought for your comrades to find them more buffalo. And every day, you killed a buffalo that you couldn’t even fit in your wagon. Hopefully your comrades take the time to bury you in the ground, but if they don’t, you’ll be left by the side of the trail.

You DROWNED

You DROWNED

Sadly, your death could have been avoided. Because you and your group were feeling cheap, you decided to attempt to cross the river alone, without help. Help that could have been bought for just a couple cents. However, that’s in the past and now, you’ll either be tossed to the side of the road, or if you’re lucky, you’ll have a quick funeral.

You died of DYSENTARY

You died of DYSENTARY

Unfortunately, you’ve passed on from a disease that’s glorified diarrhea. Whether you like it or not, that’s just how things go on the Oregon Trail. As for your contribution to the group, you were quite the helper. You consistently cared for the others who weren’t feeling well, and even prepared most meals. But you probably should’ve washed your hands more often. Hopefully your comrades take the time to bury you in the ground, but if they don’t, you’ll be left by the side of the trail.

You died of MEASLES

You died of MEASLES

Unfortunately, you’ve passed on from something that could be cured with modern medicine. Too bad you were born to the wrong era. As for yourself in the group, you were likely a child, and so you didn’t do much but spread love and play all day. You may have spread those measles as well...oops. Hopefully your comrades take the time to bury you in the ground, but if they don’t, you’ll be left by the side of the trail.

Survived!

Survived!

Well, you freaking made it! As one of the very few, I'd like to congratulate you on your incredible efforts. Your drive and perseverance have landed you on the other end of this terrible journey. You've seen people drown and die. Worst off, you've even had to bury them. But nonetheless, you've made it!

Survived!

Survived!

Well, y'all freaking made it! As one of the very few who make it this far, I'd like to congratulate y'all on your incredible efforts. Your drive and perseverance have landed you on the other end of this terrible journey. However, luckily for your group, the journey wasn't too terrible. Y'all never had to burry a single man, woman, or child. Congrats to you all!