|Polybius||Zube||2/27/00 12:00 AM|
No, not the Greek historian. An arcade game.
I am skeptical of the claims made on the following page, but they certainly
|Polybius||Brian Pipa||2/28/00 12:00 AM|
Sounds like a hoax to me.
What were we talking about? I've suddenly got amnesia.
|Polybius||Cliff Boese||2/28/00 12:00 AM|
I forget where my house is, hum, anyhow fif they have the ROM, can't
they figure out the gamne play somehow?
or atleast try to find the source code.
|Polybius||Ben Collins||2/28/00 12:00 AM|
Strange I dont remember playing this as a kid ....
but then all computer games are evil must destroy them so i may sleep well
Think about it.
Zube wrote in message <89cuns$4...@mahler.cs.colostate.edu>...
|Polybius||Appolo||2/28/00 12:00 AM|
This was one of the famed military video games developed during the 80s.
... or maybe I'm thinking about the world's most dangerous joke.
|Polybius||Ben Collins||2/29/00 12:00 AM|
The joke that won the war:)
what a great sketch that was
|Re: Polybius||2feeln...@gmail.com||7/29/14 4:39 PM|
On Sunday, February 27, 2000 3:00:00 AM UTC-5, Zube wrote:The link is broken and the WayBackMachine is down for maintenance. :(
|Re: Polybius||John Robertson||7/29/14 11:07 PM|
Archive.org has the page:
Looks pretty boring from the youtube versions.
Note this game appears to be an urban legend...
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