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Discussion in 'iOS Apps' started by itsm3cmg, Jul 19, 2008.
Does anyone know if any of these games will be coming to the App store?
damn id pay a moderate amount of money for oregon trail just for the old school bragging rights
That would be the greatest ever! I love oregon train and am saddened that i have not been able to play it in awhile.
i would love oregon trail. although frogger would have better "control" scheme if done properly.
You have killed a buffalo that weighs 998 pounds, but you are only able to carry 100 pounds. (ahhh, oregon trail)
Yeah that is what i'm talking the good old classics
Id pay some cash for that
I remember playing Oregon Trail back in Elementary School! I wouldn't want them to really change the game though, just keep it basic like the other one. I would NOT want to see Frogger though, they have remade and redone that game so many times I could blow my brains out. hah
Then don't get the frogger app I for one would love to see it.
I would ford the river as much as possible and hope i didn't get robbed at night. Frogger would be cool too i guess
Oregon Trail would be pretty dang awesome because you could keep a continuous game going, leave it, come back, and your daughter Betsy is sick/dies. It's like it would keep up with your normal day-to-day.
Another game that would be awesome like that would be SimCity. You could keep building your city, keep making $, and when you get back, you have a protest going on with your really high taxes.
And5555: Spore should do that pretty well, it should be awesome.
I have no further comments available. I've just come down with a case of dysentery.
While we're on the subject of the classics. Would and old school version of sim city be a possibility?
Sure is, Maxis created Sim City, and EA bought Maxis. Since EA is making a iPhone App push, it is diffidently possible.
How do we let some developers know about new apps we want like Oregon Trail, Frogger, and Sim City? Cause if we can we should.
The big problem with wanting specific games like this is that letting "developers" know isn't good enough; you need to let the companies that own those games know.
I could go out and mimic those games - maybe even make them 10x better, but without the copyright, I can't really put it in the AppStore.
The companies behind such games have their own developers, their own code base, and their own initiatives; you would need to contact them. If they got enough interest to make the option financially rewarding, they'd probably do it.
I'd love to play the original Oregon Trail on my iPhone. That would be sweet.
haha, that would be great! I have Oregon Trail for my old Mac SE; my wife fired it up and played it a couple months ago; "You died of dysentery" haha
your eldest son has died from typhoon fever and your wife drown while trying to cross the river.
i just emailed gameloft demanding them to port over oregon trail to the iphone in exchange i said i would buy it. i dont think they are going to respond to that email.
HaHa they way you posted that makes me laugh how you DEMAND it.
According to IGN.com (wireless) Oregon Trail is coming to the iPhone. However, this preview was done back in May. Linky: http://wireless.ign.com/articles/871/871945p1.html
Couldn't help but try to raise some talk about this. WHY WHY WHY do we not have such a simple game like Oregon trail
Well don't be a grench, put their email on here so we can all contact them.
I gotta ask.....what's Oregon Trail about, and what makes it so special??
I was walking through Target with my wife, and they were selling a pc copy of the game, and she started talking about how she remembered playing it when she was in school. I had never heard of this game before she said that, but I must say after her reaction, and then reading this thread, I'm intrigued.