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Puzzle Fun-Pak

DOS - 1987

Year 1987
Platform DOS
Released in United States
Theme Compilation / Shovelware
Publisher Apogee Software Productions
Developer Apogee Software Productions
Dosbox support Supported on 0.61
1 / 5 - 1 vote

Description of Puzzle Fun-Pak

In 1989, Apogee released two "Fun-Paks," Adventure Fun-Pak and Puzzle Fun-Pak, priced at $10 each. Each "pack" contains 4 games that were submitted to Apogee by outside authors, although most of the games were designed by Apogee's Scott Miller. Most of these games are ASCII-only games with minimal or no graphics, some more interesting than others.

Since the packs were never released as freeware or shareware but sold direct from Apogee, they are two of the few commercial titles published by the shareware giant. Puzzle Fun-Pak includes Phrase Master, a fun ASCII guess-the-word game for two players, Block Five, a decent Go-Moku/Connect 4 board game, Maze Machine, a neat little program that generates mazes of your specified width, and Asteroid Rescue, a quirky ASCII shooter from Scott Miller.

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What 2014-02-08 2 points DOS version

To save on budget costs, they left off the C in "Pack".

Source: Bill Gates

Really, I swear

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