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David H. Ahl

Also Known As

  • Dave Ahl

Game Credits


Adventures in Videoland: Rollercoaster (1982)   (Edited by)


Hunt the Wumpus (2010)   (Based in a large part upon a BASIC code listing in "More BASIC Computer Games" by)
David Ahl's Basic Computer Adventures (1986)   (Author)
Hamurabi (1968)   (Based in a large part upon a BASIC code listing in "BASIC Computer Games" by)


Star Trek (1981)   (Original program in Creative Computer Basic Computer Games by)
4 Lunarlander Games (1978)   (Orig. Algorithm by)
Rotate (1977)   (Adapted from a game from)
Geowar (1975)   (Updated to BASIC-Plus by)
Magic Square (1975)   (Written by)
Super Star Trek (1974)   (Modified version by)
101 BASIC Computer Games (1973)   (Author)
Acey Deucy (1973)   (Translated to RSTS/E by)
Bullseye (1973)   (Written by)
Flip-Flop Game (1973)   (Converted to RSTS/E by)
Game of Hangman (1973)   (By)
Gunner (1973)   (Modified and Converted to RSTS/E By)
Matilda's Monopoly for Two (1973)   (Slight program modifications by)
Solitaire Checker Puzzle (1973)   (Written by)
Synonym (1973)   (Converted to RSTS/E BASIC-PLUS by)
Bagels (1972)   (Modified for RSTS/E by)
Star Trek (1971)   (Debugging and Minor Revisions by)
LEM (1970)   (Converted to BASIC by)
Rocket (1970)   (Converted to BASIC by)
Lunar (1969)   (Converted to BASIC by)
Hamurabi (1968)   (Converted from the original FOCAL program and modified for EduSystem 70 by)

Creative Services

More BASIC Computer Games (1979)   (Edited by)
BASIC Computer Games (1978)   (Edited by)
The Best of Creative Computing: Vol. 2 (1977)   (Edited by)
The Best of Creative Computing: Volume 1 (1976)   (Edited by)


3-D Tic-Tac-Toe (1978)   (Collected by)

Developer Biography

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