Gumball for the Apple II

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Came also out for: Commodore 64 Game description: Gumball is a puzzle game, where you, as a worker of a gumball factory, have to match the gumballs to the right container. What I think: Really fun and challenging! So, any negative aspects? Yes! It is quite repetitive. source


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Gorgon for the Apple II

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Came also out for: — Game description: A very early clone of the arcade game Defender for the Apple ][ written in E-Z Draw assembly language. The player controls a spaceship that must protect civilians on the ground from aliens that drop from the top of the screen and try


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Galactic Empire for the Apple II

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Came also out for: TRS-80 Atari 8-bit Game description: Galactic Empire is the first game in the Galactic Saga. It is the game that launched Brøderbund software, and though little-known today, exerted a seminal influence on modern space conquest games such as Spaceward Ho! and Master of Orion. Doug Carlston


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Freedom! for the Apple II

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Came also out for: — Game description: Taking the role of an enslaved African American (either male or female) in the southern United States during 1830, the player must try escaping a plantation and get to one of the free northern states. First the player must choose what zone of


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Fahrenheit 451 for the Apple II

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Came also out for: Atari ST Commodore 64 DOS Macintosh MSX Game description: Based on Ray Bradbury’s classic science fiction novel Fahrenheit 451. In a not so distant future, books have become illegal. As Fireman Guy Montag, your role is not to save houses, but to burn them for the


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Racing Days (Apple Pippin)

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Racing Days, a game written for Apple Pippin game console. The Pippin, known in Japan as Pippin Atmark (ピピンアットマーク, Pipin Attomāku?), and marketed as Pipp!n, was a multimedia platform designed by Apple Inc. (then Apple Computer Inc.) and produced by Bandai in 1995 and by Katz Media in 1997 (in


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