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Adams, Douglas, The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy

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Adams, Douglas, The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, 1984

Based on Douglas Adams' popular series "The Hitchhiker's guide to the Galaxy", this text based video game was released by Infocom in 1984.

Apple Inc, Macintosh Classic II

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Apple Inc, Macintosh Classic II, 1991-10-21

The second model of the classic line, this model features a faster processor and double the memory than its predecessor.

Apple Inc., Applesoft BASIC

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Apple Inc., Applesoft BASIC, 1977

Applesoft BASIC, produced in 1977, was the second and most common version of BASIC for the Apple II series of computers. Microsoft produced Applesoft…

Apple Inc., Macintosh PowerBook1400

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Apple Inc., Macintosh PowerBook1400, 1998-05

The Macintosh PowerBook1400 was created in 1997 and it was the Apple's entry level notebook. The starting price for this notebook is $2499.

Apple Inc., Apple Newton eMate 300

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Apple Inc., Apple Newton eMate 300, 1997-03-07

Dark green shell, 480x320 resolution display with two stylus pens and a full-size keyboard.

Atari, Atari 2600

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Atari, Atari 2600, 1977-09-11

This console offers a sleek black and wood veneer design, with two primary joystick controllers and four main input switches.

Atari, Music Composer

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Atari, Music Composer, 1980

The Atari Music Composer is a computer program that ran on Atari 400 and 800 and sold on a cartridge.

Atari, E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial the Video Game by Atari

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Atari, E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial the Video Game by Atari, 1982

Physically, the game is about five centimeters long and plugs into the Atari 2600 game console. The video game possesses very blocky animation with…

Atari, Atari 400

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Atari, Atari 400, 1979

A light, plastic and metal personal computer with a membrane keyboard made by Atari.

Berkeley Systems, Inc.
, After Dark

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Berkeley Systems, Inc.
, After Dark, 1989

After Dark was an easy-to-use software that provided mindless entertainment, saved businesses thousands of dollars in screen replacements due to…

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