Apple Computer 1970s
Steve Wozniak of Apple Computer, Inc. in the late 1970s with an Apple II model personal computer. It unveiled in April 1977 and began selling to the general public in June for $1,295. The Apple II was the first pre-assembled personal computer designed for the general market.
Apple II computer
The Apple II was one of the first computer with a color display, and it has the BASIC programming language built-in, so it is ready-to-run right out of the box. The Apple II was probably the first user-friendly system.
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Karateka (Apple II)
Today's game is... Karateka, by legendary Prince of Persia developer Jordan Mechner. I've seen the game mentioned a lot, but I know next to nothing about it. So I thought I should probably check it out. Apparently the evil warlord Akuma has kidnapped the princess and taken her to his castle, and I've gotta go sort it out. Damn, I thought Mario basically invented video game princess rescue, but this guy was already doing it a year earlier. Sure Mario introduced rescuing damsels in distress…