I can believe that there were a lot of unknown homebrew computers in
1975 that were built around the IMP 16. Even Byte was a proponent of
the IMP processor, and considered it important enough to feature and
compare with the 8008 and 8080:
Once the system was built, having 16-bit is going to be an advantage
with a game like this, why not!
Dan Roganti wrote:
This is a big claim, however, it should be described as an ascii
graphics game program
[ = http://www2.applegate.org/~ragooman/ ]
Christian Liendo wrote:
|I saw this on slashdot and this is a big claim, I don't
know how true it is. Even it is not, it is a very interesting read.|
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