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Old 24 May 2004, 21:16   #1
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Who can name this educational title?

Is it 'EARLY MATH' as written on the compact?
[google found absolutely nothing with that title]

It's (c) 1987 MicroEd, written by Paul Falstad, and apparently it's NOT in HOL yet. I took a look, but found zilch.

Found this on an Astronut compact as well, and the game comes in 4 parts:

[1] "Count'Em" - learn to count from 1 .. 31
[2] "What Number is Missing?"
[3] "Adding with Objects"
[4] "Subtracting with Objects"

Hopefully the screenshot will ring any bells with anybody ...

[edit] Heh, does this happen to not be a 4-part educational game but 4 single games originally even?
I've just found Subtracting with Objects in Twist's MIA list!
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