Atari Lover

Pacific Northwest, USA

Member since August 27, 2010
Last visited April 9, 2011
Profile ID (TUID): uyllw3rqukzjajz2

I discovered the 8-bit 48k Atari 800 in my first year of law school. Believe it or not, I used it for writing my papers for classes and law review using a word processor that first was cassette-based and later disk drive-based (5 1/4" floppies). My Atari was probably the single most important equipment I had that helped me survive law school. Not just with research and writing, but more importantly going exploring with INFOCOM! If it was 3:00 in the morning, it was likely not 1st year Trusts and Estates. It was more likely Zork. Followed by Starcross, Planetfall, and various other delicious interactive fiction delights. P.S. I passed the Bar on my first try and have been in practice as a trial attorney for over 25 years, so I guess any time spent playing Atari games during those 3 years of law school didn't hurt too much. (p.s. > LOOK UNDER THE RUG. )

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Played Games

The Pawn, by Rob Steggles, Peter Kemp, Hugh Steers, Ken Gordon, and Geoff Quilley
Adventure, by William Crowther and Donald Woods
TimeQuest, by Bob Bates
The Guild of Thieves, by Rob Steggles
Zork III, by Dave Lebling, Marc Blank

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Wish List

Aztec Assault, by The Traveller in Black
Modus Vivendi, by Incanus
The Merchants, by New Insights Project
Little Falls, by Alessandro Schillaci, Roberto Grassi, Simonato Enrico
The Reliques of Tolti-Aph, by Graham Nelson

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