Hangman (Acorn Electron Cassette 50 Game 16)

There is no flipping way I am doing a video for Hangman. We all know how hangman works. I wish I had thought of that before doing the Noughts and Crosses one. Just look at the screenshot above and just image how it goes. Yes. Letters for body part…

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Note: the BBC Micro version is identical to the Acorn Electron version

There is no flipping way I am doing a video for Hangman. We all know how hangman works. I wish I had thought of that before doing the Noughts and Crosses one. Just look at the screenshot above and just image how it goes.

Yes. Letters for body parts. Cassette 50, you are a class act.

I always thought the concept of the game of Hangman to be cruel anyway. I don’t like the idea of capital punishment. I especially don’t like the idea of being hung (hanged?)  just because I can’t guess a particualr word. Very harsh.

Although, if you look at the screenshot, it would be hard not to guess what the word will be. Guess I am safe from being hung by the neck for another day.

See the Commodore 64 version of Hangman
See the Vic-20 version of Hangman
See the Amstrad version of Hangman

Author: Pete Collins

Bundle of wasted potential. Music & Retro Gaming blogger, and bass player for Flange Circus.

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