## Description _Button, Button, Who’s Got the Button?_ is a guessing game in which seven people sit in a circle with the player in the middle. The player must find out who has the button. After each guess the guessed person tells the player if he [...]
## Description _Batnum_ is a “battle of numbers” against the computer. There is a distinct number of items on a pile and the player and computer take turns removing items. Depending on the choices made at the start of the game whoever picks [...]
## Description _6502 Package_ is a compilation of the following games: * Hangman * Acey-Ducey * Switch * Mastermind * Hurkle Additionally a random number generator is included. The games are only available as a type-in listing and not on tape.
## Description This implementation of _Nim_ has an AI that uses a strategy as presented in “Games of Fun and Strategy”. The player decides up front how many piles of sticks are in play and how many sticks are in each pile. After that the [...]
Lunar ## Description _Lunar_ is the original Lunar Landing game. The player’s aim is to successfully land a lander on the moon’s surface. The game plays in turns which represent one second and is completely text based. In each turn the player [...]
Microchess ## Description Microchess , a chess-playing program for microcomputers, has been described as the first commercially successful game for home computers, initially programmed in 1976 on MOS Technology’s KIM-1. Designed for homebrew kit [...]