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Target-6 for KIM-1

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netzherpes is no stranger to the retrocomputing scene. His German nickname should not necessarily be associated with his work, because both are diametrically opposed to each other.

Who knows him, knows that netzherpes likes to program games for the KIM-1. And even if it's hard to imagine, even a machine that uses only a few 7-segment displays for its output, can be used to implement quite captivating game ideas.

Often the implementation itself is as interesting as the game. At least that’s the case with Target-6 for the KIM-1.

If you own or have rebuilt the hardware, you will have lots of fun. Otherwise the KIM-1 Emulator by Hans Otten is also is a die-hard recommendation.

Nice little project for the Easter holidays ahead of you. 🐣

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