Arithmetic Games Set 1
As you can probably guess, this game is math-based. ARITHMETIC GAMES SET 1 follows the 1981
trend of converting real-life games into DOS games. You can play a single-player against
a computer or multiplayer with another person.
It is a turn-based card game that allows players to play two types of games, Beano, and
rockets. Beano is inspired by real-life bingo and everyone gets a card of 5 by 5 with random
The numbers that appear on the screen set up a mathematical equation that players must solve.
With a wide range of mathematical equations to solve, arithmetic games set 1 is a good brain
teaser that can help players quickly solve mathematical problems in real-time.
Rockets make things a little bit interesting it gives each player 5 ships that can fire rockets
on a 15X15 board. Whichever the number the dice rolls up the ship must move for that set amount
of numbers and fires 4 rockets from all directions. If those rockets hit any of the opponents'
rockets then the player deals severe damage. In turn, the player or the computer now has the
opportunity to play their turn and try to destroy your 5 ships.
ARITHMETIC GAMES SET 1 was created by science research associates Inc. And published by IBM
in the United States. The graphics display simple pixelated numbers for Beano, and tiny dots
in a square of 4 for rockets. However, the strategy and simulation required to win in these
games make up for the inadequate view. Since this game is still available as abandon ware
players can still understand what technology was like in 1981.
Science Research Associates, Inc.
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