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Software generally aimed towards younger audiences, ranging from education to entertainment. 


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A Woz A Day
Dec 25, 2019
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"Interpreting Graphs" is a 1986 educational game by Sharon Dugdale and David Kibbey, and published by Sunburst Communications. It requires a 48K Apple ][+ or later.
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"Green Globs and Graphing Equations" is a 1986 educational game by Sharon Dugdale and David Kibbey, and published by Sunburst Communications. It requires a 48K Apple ][+ or later.
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"Now You See It, Now You Don't - Was it there? Was it missing?" is a 1987 educational game designed by Donna Stanger, programmed by Todd Rosedahl, with graphics by Barbara Wood, and published by Sunburst Communications. It requires a 64K Apple ][+ or later.
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A Woz A Day
Nov 28, 2019
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"Dinosaur Days Plus!" is a 1988 graphics program published by Pelican Software. It requires a 128K Apple //e or later.
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"In Search of Space: Introduction to Model Rocketry" is a 1986 educational program written by Bob Cannon and Mike Dorffler, and distributed by Estes Industries. It requires a 48K Apple ][+ or later.
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A Woz A Day
Nov 2, 2019
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"Word Zapper" is a 1990 educational game published by Micrograms Publishing. It requires a 64K Apple ][+ or later.
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"Physics of Model Rocketry" is a 1987 educational program developed by Bob Cannon and Mike Dorffler, and published by Estes Industries. It requires a 64K Apple ][+ or later.
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A Woz A Day
Oct 22, 2019
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"Little Computer People" is a 1985 simulation game published by Activision. It runs on any Apple ][ with 48K.
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A Woz A Day
Sep 24, 2019
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"American Government" is a 1984 educational program published by Micro Learningware. It requires a 48K Apple ][+ or later.
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"Sir Isaac Newton's Games" is a 1985 educational game by Judah L. Schwartz and published by Sunburst Communications. It requires a 48K Apple ][+ or later.
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A Woz A Day
Jul 15, 2019
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"Freedom!" is a 1992 educational game developed by Rich Bergeron, Beth Daniels, Charolyn Kapplinger, John Ojanen, John P. Wlazlo, and Kamau Sebabu Kambui, and published by MECC. This is version 1.0. It requires a 128K Apple //e or later.
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A Woz A Day
Jul 7, 2019
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"Math Shop Jr." is a 1989 educational game designed and programmed by Cary Hammer and Laura Jeffers, illustrated by Steve Sullivan, and published by Scholastic. It requires a 64K Apple ][+ or later.
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A Woz A Day
Mar 26, 2019
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"Rocky's Boots" is a 1985 educational game developed by Warren Robinett and Leslie Grimm, and published by The Learning Company. This is version 4.0. It runs on any Apple II with 48K. Description from MobyGames: Rocky's Boots is a simple educational puzzle game where you can learn about logic circuits. You control a nondescript square, moving it about several rooms. Each room contains basic electronic parts like AND, OR and NOT gates, flip-flops, delays and clocks. You can pick these...
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"Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego" is a 1985 educational game developed by Dane Bigham, Gene Portwood, and Lauren Elliott, and published by Broderbund Software. It runs on any Apple II with 64K.
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"Where In Time Is Carmen Sandeigo" is a 1990 educational game designed by Gene Portwood and Lauren Elliott, programmed by Rod Nelsen, with graphics by Leila Bronstein, Jenny Martin, Gail Rathbun, and Mark Schlichtinng, sound and music by Tom Rettig, and published by Broderbund Software. This is version 1.1. It requires a 128K Apple //e, //c, or IIgs.
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