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 YEAR: 1977
 ITEM: Childrens' Comp./Game
 COMPANY: Creative Computing
RARITY: Not rare   Click here for further information on our rarity scale Information on the rarity of this item is unknown.

Computer Rage


Computer Rage is a game by Creative Computing where two or four players try to move their playing pieces which are "Programs", from start or, "Input", to finish, or "Output". The first player to do this is declared the winner. The game is a combination of both luck and skill. The outcome is determined by probability and strategy as well.

Computer Rage was released in 1977, the same year the Commodore, PET, Apple II and TRS-80 were introduced into the personal computing landscape. So this was a time where a lot was happening in the computer world. A play on words of the burgeoning personal computer age, the basic rules of this board game were based on a simplified version of modern day computer functions.

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