3.5 inch diskettes, Group of 39


This group of 3.5 inch diskettes for the Amiga 500 includes system software (12 diskettes) and games (27 diskettes). Titles are:

1. AMIGA 500A Tutorial

2. AMIGA Workbench

3. AMIGA Extras/AMIGA Basic Printer Drivers

4. AMIGA Textcraft Plus

5. VO Disk 005: Imaging

6. VO Disk 006: Imagine Objects

7. VO Disk 007: 3D Objects

8. VO Disk 13A: Printer Drivers and Generator

9. VO Disk 13B: Printer Drivers and Generator

10. VO Disk 027: Nagel Prints

11. VO Disk 083: Computer Art

12. F-16 Combat Pilot (Digital Integration, Electronic Arts)

13. F/A-18 Interceptor (Robert Dinnerman, Electronic Arts)

14. Ninja Mission (Mastertronic, Inc.)

15. Feud (Mastertronic, Inc.)

16. Falcon Disk 1 (Spectrum Holobyte, SPHERE, INC.)

17. Falcon Disk 2 (Spectrum Holobyte, SPHERE, INC.)

18. Tetris (Spectrum Holobyte, SPHERE, INC.)

19. Spirit of Excalibur Disk 1 (Virgin/Mastertronic, Inc.)

20. Spirit of Excalibur Disk 2 (Virgin/Mastertronic, Inc.)

21. Spirit of Excalibur Disk 3 (Virgin/Mastertronic, Inc.)

22. Swords of Twilight Program Disk (Free Fall Associates, Electronic Arts)

23. Swords of Twilight Data Disk (Free Fall Associates, Electronic Arts)

24. Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego? (Broderbund Software, Inc.)

25. FunDisk 009 Adventure Games: Moria

26. FunDisk 010 Adventure Games: HackLite

27. FunDisk 12a Star Trek: The Game, Disk 1

28. FunDisk 12b Star Trek: The Game, Disk 2

29. FunDisk 020 Tactical Games: MechForce

30. FunDisk 39a Star Trek by Tobias, Disk 1, NTSC Version

31. FunDisk 39b Star Trek by Tobias, Disk 2, NTSC Version

32. FunDisk 39a Star Trek by Tobias, Disk 1

33. FunDisk 39b Star Trek by Tobias, Disk 2

34. FunDisk 71a Star Trek: TNG Trivia

35. FunDisk 71b Star Trek: TNG Trivia

36. Leander, Disk 1 NTSC Version (Psygnosis)

37. Leander, Disk 2 NTSC Version (Psygnosis)

38. Leander, Disk 3 NTSC Version (Psygnosis)

39. Zynapse (Hewson Consultants, Ltd.)

Notable is #18. Tetris was invented by Alexei Pajitnov in 1984 while working for the Academy of Science of the USSR. The name, Tetris, comes from the Greek word for four as all seven pieces contain four blocks. This was the first entertainment software exported from USSR to the United States. Tetris helped launched Nintendo’s handheld console, the Game Boy, as the perfect game to be played on the go.

Date Made: 19861986

Maker: ActivisionCommodore Business Machines, Inc.Electronic ArtsSpectrum HoloByte

Location: Currently not on view

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Exhibition Location:

Credit Line: Carl J. and Tracie Lafata

Data Source: National Museum of American History

Id Number: 2001.3063.10Catalog Number: 2001.3063.10Nonaccession Number: 2001.3063

Object Name: software

Guid: http://n2t.net/ark:/65665/ng49ca746a6-7dd1-704b-e053-15f76fa0b4fa

Record Id: nmah_834252

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