Little Computer People
DOS - 1985
Also available on: Amstrad CPC
Description of Little Computer People
Little Computer People (also known as The Activision Little Computer People Discovery Kit, House-On-A-Disk) is a game published in 1985 by Activision, Inc., the theme is real-time. It features a simulation genre and uses a platform perspective.
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oldergamer 2015-07-30 0 point DOS version
so is this the very first sims game on pc? I wonder where the sims creators got the idea of virtual sims from...
Hulsie 2015-05-02 0 point DOS version
Had this for Atari ST. Really neat. It could have possibly inspired The Sims.
Harpuneet 2014-03-29 0 point DOS version
I cant get past level 3 on your game manic miner. there is a bug that i fall through the floor and die. how can this be such a good game if this happens every time and cannot pass. there are much better game here like farm hero saga but i think the websight should let people know that the program is faulty and needs more work
DiAL033 2013-02-10 0 point DOS version
Definitively Apple II screens. You can tell by the odd miscolouring in certain parts (1st screen, lower text, for instance) which is typical for the apple2 colour mode. The download is the emulated c64 version though.
Sixteen Plus 2012-05-18 0 point DOS version
This is the Apple II version, not C64.
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