The game, Travel Oregon, was developed by the Oregon Tourism Commission and borrows a lot from the original's visual aesthetic. However, it swaps the storyline of a plague-prone trek westward for one in which you're virtually touring around and exploring the most beautiful and fun places in modern-day Oregon. Similarly, rather than hitch a wagon ride with your family and stock up on bullets and clothes, in this version you're packed into a station wagon with friends stocked with beef jerky and artisanal coffee, and making pit stops at craft breweries.
You also face down some hazards and trouble along the way, but rather than die of typhoid or accidentally killing off trusty Oxen, the threats posed by this journey are slightly less dire, and include things like having one of your passengers drink too much kombucha or a phone run out of charge. Like the original game, the new version could very well be addictive -- this is, if you can stop rolling your eyes at the hipster bait.