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(Austin Statesman)   The story of Al Evans, creator of 1985's Cap'n Magneto, the first big shareware Macintosh game. And the modification that lets you play to the end   (statesman.com) divider line
    More: Cool, Video game, Personal computer, Personal computer game, Game, Al Evans, Computer, Cap'nMagneto, game's ending  
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2021-05-17 4:52:38 AM  
Great story. Thanks, subby.
 
2021-05-17 7:17:37 AM  
Definitely a CSB.
 
2021-05-17 7:24:06 AM  
"through bulletin board systems, a method of communicating messages through phonelines that predates the internet."

The fact that this has to be explained, which is perfect reasonable, makes me feel old :)
 
2021-05-17 7:43:54 AM  
That was a good read, Subby. Thanks.
 
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