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Basic Math

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Platform: Atari 2600
Tags: General, Educational
Developer: Atari


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Basic Math review

Reviewed October 25, 2004

ddsilver says: "During the development of the “Launch 20” for the Atari 2600, it seemed any programmer at Atari could get a project greenlighted. This was both a good and a bad thing. Some programmers came up with some innovative games in this era, like Surround and Space War. Gary Palmer, however, took advantage of Atari's liberal project approval and came out with a ''game'' so bad, its horror would not be overshadowed until the E.T. debacle. "
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