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Game #220
Computer Quarterback  
Sport   Football (American)


Computer Quarterback box cover

Computer Quarterback screenshot
One of Dani Bunten's early classics, Computer Quarterback, published in 1979, in Brian Moriarty's tribute, "was originally designed to support exactly two players. It was ported to Apple BASIC from a mini-computer simulation written in Fortran. In an amusing reversal of recent industry practice, it was the single-player mode that was reluctantly added at the last minute at the request of the publisher, SSI." A fun game that was ahead of its time

Reviewed by: Underdogs
Designer: Dani Bunten
Developer: Strategic Simulations Inc. (SSI)
Publisher: Strategic Simulations Inc. (SSI)
Year: 1979
Software Copyright: Strategic Simulations Inc. (SSI)
Theme:  
Multiplayer:  
None that we know of
Related Links:  
System Requirements: Apple II
Where to get it:
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If you like this game, try: Micro League Football 2, John Elway's Quarterback, Super Football Sunday

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