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'''DROID''' is a game played by up to seven programs which control a simulated battle robot.  Robots are programmed in D-Code Assembly.
 
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Revision as of 09:21, 16 May 2019

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DROID is a game played by up to seven programs which control a simulated battle robot. Robots are programmed in D-Code Assembly.


History

DROID was written in 1984 by Robert Yazhari, Joshua Kors and Craig Fransen.

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