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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.
Topics: apple2, wozaday
Software Library: MS-DOS Games
by MECC
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Also For Apple II, Macintosh Developed by MECC Published by MECC Released 1990 Genre Educational, Puzzle Perspective Top-down Educational Math / Logic Description Learn basic math skills with Number Munchers. Keep your Muncher away from the Troggles by munching on multiples, factors, prime numbers, equalities, and inequalities. If you can stay away from the Troggles and earn enough points, you'll be part of the Muncher Hall of Fame. From Mobygames.com. Original Entry
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