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I did an analysis and write-up on the arcade version of Asteroids that goes into the details of the game design and physics: Asteroids: By the Numbers. I'm curious what people think about it, especially veterans of the game who are intimately familiar with the mechanics. I thought about going into collision probabilities and survival times against the aliens, but didn't know if there would be enough interest to warrant the time investment. Note that the numbers in the article are estimates based on screen measurements and weren't extracted from the code.
Hello atari fans, I´m a new member of this forum! I´m from Germany and interested in these - obviously only in the U.S. selled - software gems. There were four titles for biology, two for chemistry and others for mathematics and physics. I think, this software from the mid 80´ies is now abandonware. In Germany, there is no possibility to buy these titles (used) and the one seller on ebay is only shipping to north america. Last year I buyed a mathematics title (together with other stuff like spectreGCR) from a gently US-Citizen and I´m interested in aquiring the others. Does someone here know, where I could download these software-pieces, e.g. biology and chemistry? Thanks, stokowski