EduPak - Aliencounter and Face Flash

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EduPak! - Aliencounter and Face Flash was educational software comprising two computer learning games which provide a combination of educational challenge and computer-generated fun. Part of the Milliken Learning Adventures MathFun! series. In Aliencounter, K-1, Students match the number that appears on the screen with the number of aliens they land on earth for a perfect encounter, teaches: counting; Numeral Recognition; readiness for addition and subtraction.  In Face Flash, K-4, smiling faces appear on the screen. Students indicate how many faces flashes and each correct answer earns another turn with the face-flash time progressively shortening, teaches: counting; visual memory and base 10 numeration.

Platform: Apple II Family 48Kb RAM Disk 5.25

               OS:  DOS 3.3 or Diversi-DOS         

Application Software (AS:) Educational

Version: 1982

Note on Diversi-DOS: It was an alternative to Apple's DOS 3.3 developed by Bill Basham of DSR. It was percieved by users that many very useful programs from Apple Writer to VisiCalc had been  sitting idle (through no fault of their own) while waiting for information to be written to or read from disk, Diversi-DOS apparently solved this problem.

Platform : Apple II
Format : Disk 5.25
Publisher : Milliken
Authors :
Date : 1982
Product Code :

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EduPak - Aliencounter and Face Flash Milliken Apple II Disk 5.25 1982

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This exhibit has a reference ID of CH52375. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
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