And we come to the end of our tangential journey through a video game classic. It’s a little painful rereading my old strips and noticing the spelling errors.
This was arguably the most stressful aspect of video games for me when I was seven.
Too bad they didn’t have lifetime guaranteed drive trains.
In his defense “Nowhere” is usually where most things are headed.
I wonder if Buffalo Train is a synonym for something.
It did always seem silly to me that for a wagon train of several people, it wasn’t somehow possible to make several trips to carry back all the meat.
I can’t recall now if Bridgers was an intentional mis-spelling or not.
I was too young to understand this when I first played the game.
Some of the potential trades that came up during gameplay were categorically ridiculous. I always wished there had been an option to hold-up and rob fellow traveling wagons.
I love 8-bit scenery. Although I do wonder why there aren’t any leaves on the trees…