Long-time readers will remember from the Acorn Electron version of Nim that the computer cheats and claims to win even when it doesn’t.
You’ll be pleased to hear then that in the ZX81 version it also always cheats.
NO ONE LIKES A CHEAT CASSETTE 50. NO WONDER YOU HAVEN’T GOT ANY FRIENDS.
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“Right Mr Collins, welcome to the Cassette 50 School of Motoring. Today you’re going to be driving down a Motorway”.
That sounds OK, I think I can handle that.
“Not so fast Mr Collins, this Motorway has seven lanes”.
Alright, well I’m still pretty confident that I’ll be OK as long as I stay aware of what’s going on around me. Maybe just stick to the inside couple of lanes just to be sure.
“Well, here’s the thing…”
“You’re going to be driving straight towards the oncoming traffic”
Hmmmm. Something doesn’t seem quite right here. Anyway, off I go, see you back here in a few minutes…OH MOTHER OF GOD WHY CAN’T I SLOW DOWN? WHAT HAVE YOU DONE TO THE BRAKES? OH FUCK FUCK FUCK FUCK FUCK!
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Now, don’t get me wrong, I don’t really want to crash into a planet and kill everyone on board my spaceship, thankyouverymuch, but there is surely a problem with scale here, Cassette 50? The planet, my ship and the ship I’m supposed to be rendezvousing with are all the same size. Someone is going to get hurt no matter who I fly into.
It’s me that’s going to get hurt isn’t it?
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