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Published on Jun 28, 2010
Thrill to the excitement of using the UK's very first home computer to simulate a landing on the moon. Using the full 0.2 MIPS and 256 bytes of RAM at your disposal, the aim was to land gently on the moon. Display shows altitude, speed, and fuel. Run out of fuel - display shows F - and you'd better brace. Shown here running on a reproduction MK14 - http://mymk14.co.uk.