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PostSubject: Star Trek game   Tue May 07, 2013 8:14 pm


Star Trek was a text-based mainframe computer game written by Don Daglow on a PDP-10 timesharing computer at Pomona College in 1972, and upgraded periodically through 1974, including contributions by Jonathan Osser. The game was picked up by the DECUS user group in 1972 and distributed to many universities and other PDP-10 installations around the world, often appearing on the same systems alongside the Star Trek text game. Daglow only learned of the game's publication when he began receiving fan letters at his college dorm. The two Star Trek games were each among the most popular mainframe computer games of the 1970s, which were played for free on college systems.
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