Old Gamers Never Die: My Ten Favorite MicroProse Games of All Time — A Certain Point of View, Too

Back in the late 1980s, my late father’s brother Sixto gave me my first personal computer, an Apple IIe with a color monitor, a joystick, and an ImageWriter II dot-matrix printer. It was to be used for college-related work – I had been staying on campus till 6:30 PM every weekday so I could use similar computers at Miami-Dade Community College – South’s Apple Lab center – and that was its primary purpose.

Old Gamers Never Die: My Ten Favorite MicroProse Games of All Time
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