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I > ISC (INTELLIGENT SYSTEMS CORP) > CompuColor II  > Software list > Software detail


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CompuColor II

Hangman  

Hangman is an early example of the famous word game for a personal computer. It was released in 1978, as the same time as other versions for early micro-computers or first videogame systems like Atari VCS, APF MP1000 or Channel F.

It is not the first ever version of Hangman videogame, as it can be found on many mainframes or time-sharing systems in the 60s and 70s.

This Compucolor version is nice with a big drawn and colourful hangman. It uses words stored in files on disk.

This disk also contained two other games: Math Tutor and Two To Ten.



SCREENSHOTS

Instructions

Guessing a 7 letters word

Almost there

Word found !

Almost dead...

Hung dead !!


MISC DOCUMENTATION

Documentation


LINKS
 
 Compucolor.org - Play it online !




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Disk cover art

year of release 1978
companies Compucolor
type game
media disk
systems Compucolor
number of players 1 player
staff unknown
tags hangman, logic



 
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