ACQB (Armchair Quarterback) lets you plan in the NFL. You pick which NFL team you want to direct and which NFL team you want to try to bury. As the quarterback, you choose the plays your team is going to run when you have the ball. You also set the defenses when your nemesis, the computer, has the ball. It's just like playing NFL football.
BLKJACK pits you against a surly card room dealer, the computer. You can hold, split, double down and buy insurance. Remember though, if you win too much, the dealer might get rough (the computer is a lousy loser)!
EMPIRE means all-out war between two fierce enemy emperors, you and the computer. The object, of course, is to obliterate the opposing emperor and his forces. The enemy emperors begin on a 600 by 1000 mile world where each has control of one city. When you control a city, you reap big benefits because these cities produce numerous military weapons. The more cities you can control, the greater your military might. You win when you control your enemy's cities and smash his armies. This is the full-blown version of EMPIRE (5.0).
No special requirements.
Dos 2.0 or later.
JP Enterprises, 3877 Hancock Drive, Santa Clara, CA 95051.
$15. For source code in Turbo Pascal include $10 more.
BJ is an advanced version of the popular card game where you and four others can take on the house! Each player enters the game using one of a number of strategies which you can preset. You also set the house rules. This game is great for sharpening you blackjack skills and fine-tuning your betting strategies before playing against others.
Part of The MicroCom Collection, MicroCom Systems' best of public domain and user-supported software library.
The diskette label was missing, so the item title is instead taken from the on-disk documentation.
Imaged from 5.25″ diskette using a Mitsumi D509V3 floppy drive and a FC5025 USB floppy controller.
The source diskette was part of a household collection and may contain e.g. high score files that were not present on the original pristine filesystem. Check timestamps: any file dated 1990-01-01 or later, that isn't mentioned in help.doc, is likely not original.
The file dosbox.conf in the zip file is not original. Its purpose is to slow down emulation.
@echo try one of these commands: "ACQB" "BLKJACK" "EMPIRE" "CD BJ; BJ"