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Tuesday 31st December 2019
Lawrence Shadai (United States)

IIRC: A heavily modified PCS-80 was used by Rob Barnaby to develop WordStar. Modifications (as I can best tell) included an inverse video board ("Black on White" instead of the regular "While on Black") and 5.25 Inch dual floppy disks with an external monitor. Currently located at DigiBarn, it no longer has the inverse video board. I could be mistaken, but this looks like the very same model.


Wednesday 6th April 2005
j4kc (a)

yes, they used an IMSAI in war games but not this one, they use the 8080


Tuesday 21st December 2004
Matt (Earth)

Did they use this kind of computer in War Games ?
Would like to know because I saw a IMSAI floppy system. Thanks,Matt





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