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  • Summary: The gold rush is on! Sell your land, pack your bags, and grab the next ride out, because fortune lies just 2,500 miles away. Become Jerrod, a young man earning a meager living in Brooklyn, New York. Travel with Jerrod as he joins the mad rush for riches in sunny California. Joining the ranksThe gold rush is on! Sell your land, pack your bags, and grab the next ride out, because fortune lies just 2,500 miles away. Become Jerrod, a young man earning a meager living in Brooklyn, New York. Travel with Jerrod as he joins the mad rush for riches in sunny California. Joining the ranks of Sierra's greatest adventures, Gold Rush! recreates an unpredictably treacherous path paved with graves of many who never saw the gleam of California gold. Over 150 scenes, including realistic onscreen maps of early American travel routes. Historically accurate - face the same obstacles and travel the same routes as our early American forefathers. Great for home or school use - discover the American frontier! Expand
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  1. Feb 27, 2020
    5
    While Gold Rush! gets off to a promising start, thanks to its impressive visuals for an AGI adventure and ability to educate players about theWhile Gold Rush! gets off to a promising start, thanks to its impressive visuals for an AGI adventure and ability to educate players about the perilous journey to California during the mid-19th century, it eventually becomes apparent that this game shares the same pitfalls as many other Sierra adventures in that there are several instances of unforgiving puzzles and dead-ends; worse, the game also has random events that you have no way of avoiding except for restarting the game and hoping for the best next time. So, a bit like a rogue-like to some degree, except nowhere near as much fun. Expand