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© January 2004 Tony Lawrence

Hunt the Wumpus was an early game often found on Unix systems. You can relive those days of old in various places:

Hunt the Wumpus 98

http://www.funkypages.com/games/wumpus.php(link dead, sorry)

None of those are like playing on a terminal, but you can have that if you want: Resource page for wumpus 1.5

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Inexpensive and informative Apple related e-books:

Take Control of Numbers

El Capitan: A Take Control Crash Course

Photos: A Take Control Crash Course

Take Control of the Mac Command Line with Terminal, Second Edition

Take Control of Preview

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I remember spending hours on this game on my TI 99/4a PC. Maybe I will see how good I am now..

- Bruce Garlock

I never played wumpus but I do recall it being on some of the systems I encountered back when Jimmy Carter was being attacked by rabbits while fishing. <Smile>

I never was one for playing computer games. Getting the machine to do what I wanted was enough of a challenge.


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