Can some old people here help me maybe? I’m looking for an educational game from the late 80s or early 90s, most likely written in GW-BASIC. It explained logical operations to kids.
The game showed several mechanical hands that you could retract or expand using levers. The goal was finding the right sequence to put a ball down without it damaging anything. At first the levers controlled the hands directly, later through various junctions (logical ops).
Does anyone know the game or a remake?
Found it, both the original (Russian game from 1989, runnable in an MSX emulator) and a Windows remake with worse (!) visuals. Screenshot shows the original.
@zleap Simpler than this in fact. Here you have to build things. With the game I meant the arrangement was already fixed. You merely had to retract one hand after another so that the ball landed softly on the hand below it.
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