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So, if you're thinking of designing games, this is an absolute must-have. It's user-friendliness and refreshingly clear instructions guide you step-by-step through the making of a game, and it will also teach you about graphic animation and artifacting. Who knows? You might invent the next Pac-Man.
Apple IIMicro 7 (Jan, 1984)
Il ne nécessite réellement aucune connaissance en informatique, mais le chemin qui mène d'un écran noir à un jeu complet n'est pas aisé pour autant. Le notice, dieu merci, est claire et précise.
Apple IIComputer Gaming World (CGW) (Jan, 1983)
The product itself provides a tremendous amount of power to the user. Try a few of the demo games supplied on the back of the disk to see the versatility potential of the product. I have a tough time keeping the kids away from 'PIZZA MAN' (What's a rhinoceros doing in a pizza parlor, anyway?) After you've 'fixed' these demos to your own standards, you're ready to create your own piece of art. In this age of standardization, it's comforting to know you can create a completely custom present for your own special computer friend. Yes, the Arcade Machine even allows you to create a quick load copy of your creation! Just imagine his face when he boots a disk that says "Happy Birthday Mike."