Difference between revisions of "Christine Computing"

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They sold modules and hardware and their own software.
They sold modules and hardware and their own software.


Advertised software included:
Advertised software for the TI99/4a included:


Blast it - disarm bombs in sequence with a wire guided robot within a time limit.
Blast it - disarm bombs in sequence with a wire guided robot within a time limit.
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Core! - Dodge left and right to avoid birds, clouds, aircraft; then go through some caves and finally through a 3d maze.
Core! - Dodge left and right to avoid birds, clouds, aircraft; then go through some caves and finally through a 3d maze.


Fruit Machine
Fruit Machine - one arm bandit simulation


Sir Slurp-a-lot - a maze of bars with glasses to consume
Sir Slurp-a-lot - a maze of bars with glasses to consume
Spudz - score points as you collect potatoes without getting caught in the shadow cast by the setting sun or falling into your trench


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[[Category:Companies]]

Latest revision as of 17:02, 3 January 2015

Christine Computing was a small family business based at Watford in the UK, run by Ian Godman and Christine Godman.

They sold modules and hardware and their own software.

Advertised software for the TI99/4a included:

Blast it - disarm bombs in sequence with a wire guided robot within a time limit.

Core! - Dodge left and right to avoid birds, clouds, aircraft; then go through some caves and finally through a 3d maze.

Fruit Machine - one arm bandit simulation

Sir Slurp-a-lot - a maze of bars with glasses to consume

Spudz - score points as you collect potatoes without getting caught in the shadow cast by the setting sun or falling into your trench