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Shoot'em Up Math

Publisher/Developer:
Antic Publishing, Inc.
Computer type:
Atari XL/XE
Binary format:
Atari BASIC
Release date:
Code:
Andrew Silberstein
Minimum players:
1

Description
This is a fairly simple program which allows children to learn arithmetic and have fun at the same time. The program has no machine language subroutines, and movement does not become progressively faster or more difficult. To play the game, first plug in your joystick. You must shoot the numbers with the fire button as they fall downward. If you hit two numbers in a row, an arithmetic problem that uses those two numbers appears at the bottom of the screen. You type in the answer, and if you're correct, the answer's value is added to your score. You start with ten men. If a number hits the bottom, you lose a man, and if the number hits you directly, you lose five men. You also lose a man for giving a wrong answer.

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