Oregon Trail Four-Player Board Game sets the path you’ll be journeying in a game panel, charting each step of your quest from Independence, Missouri to look for your wealth out West with tiles that conceal surprises under their panoramic appearance. You will come across rivers, forts, and towns as you go along, each of which could either bring in greatly needed assistance or display new dangers to your quest. To those not really acquainted with the game, such risks include rattlesnakes, trapped, and getting incurable illnesses, among other entertaining ways to meet your downfall.
As with the classic game, you will have to arrange your traveling party, scour wild creatures to avoid perishing from hunger and get essential supplies on the way. It also features a set of dice and action cards, so it is very much a contemporary board game that will need some critical playmaking together with a small amount of stroke of luck. The game is meant for two to four players, with a single game expected to run between half an hour to 1 hour, so this will make for a fun pastime, whether you’re chilling out with your children or having a few beers with buddies.