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    Crosscountry Canada

    Game » consists of 2 releases. Released 1986

    Players take the role of a cargo trucker who delivers goods between various cities in Canada. Crosscountry Canada has frequently been called "the Canadian Oregon Trail" in terms of its importance as a geography-based educational game.

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    Released in 1991 for Elementary schools all over Canada. An equivalent to Oregon Trail with a contemporary Canadian twist. Players control a truck driver who is picking up and delivering commodities all across Canada. Dropping things off to 80 different Cities.

    Controls are mainly text based, with commands such a "turn on motor" and "W" to display the weather.

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