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Games for your Apple IIe
The Virgin Computer Games Series

Apple Computers have been around a long time, yet there always seem to be new discoveries which can be made about them, There are hundreds of games for the Apple, but still people are interested in new games — games which will provide them with more fun than other games they've played, and games which will show them new programming techniques to apply to their own work. Over the past two years, we’ve had a lot of fun writing programs for the Apple, and in this book we've brought the results of those two years to you. We hope you will have as much fun playing these games as we have had writing them, and that you’ll pick up a few ideas for your own programming and games writing. Whether you want brain-stretching entertainment, or you’re more interested in 1 shoot-em-ups', you’ll find your interests have been catered for. Have fun!





Space Mission



Treasure Nim




Simon Says




Twenty One

Some Force

Morse Code


Sequence Introduction


How To Write Better Programs.


ISBN : 0863690467

Publisher : Virgin Books, 1984

Author : Tony Dyson, Biorn Englehardt

Format : Paperback, 116 pages

-Tony Dyson, Biorn Englehardt-




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