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In 1980, Sir Clive Sinclair released the cheapest homecomputer ever made, the ZX80. Mr Sinclair was on a mission. He wanted to teach a generation how to program a computer. And it was a success. Nick Harper is a prime example. He started out on the ZX Spectrum, went on the create one of the best STOS games on the Atari ST and today he is a successful game developer who has worked for several big companies like Sony and Ubisoft, with numerous triple A titles on his resumé.

June 1, 2018 by ST Graveyard

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NeepieLantern
You would never know this was done in STOS as it is very slick and one of the best PD games I have played. You have to guide a ball by placing arrows and commands a bit like a program to tell the ball what you want to do and it works very well and makes for a great game.
February 23, 2024

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