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Slight reduction in backward God slang and many Tolkien evil goblins, reversed to make container. (7)
Backwasds god is dog, slang is mutt slight reduction to MUT. Tolkien golbins are ORCS.
Put together is MUTORCS. Reverse for my answer.
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I am pretty sure I had that game back in the day!
My parents bought a C64 with two boxes full of floppies from an uncle.
I never played them all, but I do remember seeing that turtle.
I must admit I had no clue how it worked (which was true for most of the floppies)
Congrats! That is really cool.
You got an early start on writing software.
I remember staring at games on C64 and wondering how the geniuses built that stuff.
Heck, I still feel that way. C64 programming ain't like you could open up Visual Studio and start typing like you can now.
So, yes, I'm saying you're obviously a genius.
Were you really able to write your entire program in BASIC?
I thought you needed to know C64 Assembler or Machine Language to get anything valuable done.
How many lines of code did your program end up being? Any recollection of that? Just curious.
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