Little quiz on the prairie.
Aside from the subpar rectangle pizza that your cafeteria served up.
"Beyonce has measles! Drake has measles!"
Dysentery isn't the only thing that can kill you.
Spoiler Alert: Everyone still dies of dysentery.
When you moved someone down in your Top 8.
Time literally makes no sense.
French Toast Crunch or Oreo O's?!?!
So now you can die from dysentery in the comfort of your own browser.
"Hours of fun on one CD-ROM!"
Hope for a tombstone, never expect one.
Can you prove you were raised in the greatest decade to be a kid: the ’80s?!
“Nine out of 10 Americans believe that out of 10 people, one person will always disagree with the other nine!” — Colin Mochrie
"Everyone in your party has died."
Let's hope all these people get hired.
The best part of any fifth grader's day.
Wait a tick! They were secretly forcing us to learn! Through fun! Great, now I'll be spending the rest of my day trying to find an emulator that isn't secretly a Trojan.
Dysentery is such a pretty name for a child.
Did the Oregon Trail really go through Los Angeles?
This game was brutal. Disease and sensitive men named Terry lurked around every corner.
It's just like the old Oregon Trail. Except with Zombies. Yes, you can still get dysentery.
RIP Poop Face. Finally a video game movie adaptation that stays true to its roots.
What if Scorpion and Sub-Zero had to hunt for food in Oregon Trail? Here's a mash-up of the two awesome classic games.
Goofy white rappers pay the old computer game a tribute in song, replete with a cardboard robot and 8-bit Whoopi Goldberg rendering.
Pretty soon your iPhone will resemble your 3rd grade classroom.
Relive the third grade!
McSweeney's examines the natural disappointment of a father who discovers his son plays Oregon Trail like a total wuss.
Forget the horse and buggy, dysentery, and the whole Oregon thing.