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Old 12-01-2016, 01:37 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hello! When I was in elementary school my computer teacher gave us a few games to play, saying "This is the future, look at how the floppy discs hold so much information". Haha that always stuck with me.

Anyway, late 80's early 90's around the same time as Oregon Trail 1 or 2. On a floppy disc. The first game you had to build a rocket ship and launch it to see if the combination of parts you chose worked well or not. Choosing the nose cone, body, fins exc..

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I know this one would be tough. I can only remember flashes of the game in my mind. There were thin, or thick nose cones. Wide, narrow or medium bodies. The fins were all different shapes. Then you would fly your creation and it would tell you how far your rocket went. It was in computer class in the early 90's. Might be on an educational disc? I don't know but I have been trying to figure out this one for a while. Googled for hours.
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I've been looking and looking - no luck so far.

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I know this one would be tough. I can only remember flashes of the game in my mind. There were thin, or thick nose cones. Wide, narrow or medium bodies. The fins were all different shapes. Then you would fly your creation and it would tell you how far your rocket went. It was in computer class in the early 90's. Might be on an educational disc? I don't know but I have been trying to figure out this one for a while. Googled for hours.
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