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REALLY like this one. Challenging logic puzzle with old-school graphics.
According to Christopher Murray (Unofficial Atari Visual History Book, Greyfox Books, 2019), he programmed the game on his Atari 400 but the publisher asked to recode it for C64 as it would sell more on that platform. The game was released for C64 on 1984 and for Atari 8-bit computers on 1987. It sold many more units for the latter.
Pour le plantage, avez-vous comparé votre version du programme avec celle disponible sur http://www.hebdogiciel.free.fr/ATARI_1.htm ?
U.S. Gold release was also available on tape
This game was also release on tape!
There was official german translation done by H.-J. Meyfeldt called "Herr der Länder" which was sold via Atari Germany.
Check out the kid who wrote this game at https://archive.org/details/enter-magazine-07/page/n27 -- those were the days!!
I loved this game. Very good memories.
There was another (different) constructor coded by The Missing Link which was distributed by A.N.G Software
This game was also distributed via A.N.G Software
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