Coding by Joel Lind and Ken Birkman; coding enhancements by R. D. Kurland; and imported to AmigaBASIC by Jerry Farmer and Frank Taylor.
 BASEBALL, a PD game originally written during the 1970s in quite generic BASIC for mainframes and hobbyist 8-bit platforms, was initially released on the Amiga as part of the commercially sold GAMES GALLERY III software compilation. A public domain Amiga version sans any commercial trappings was released some years later via Aminet (see download link below).
 Game must be manually launched from WB after booting from floppy (i.e. game does not autoboot). Alternatively, it can be executed directly from within AmigaBASIC.
 Game features multitasking (memory permitting) and quit back to WB/AmigaBASIC options.
 ***BASEBALL(full PD release)*** is available for download from AminetHERE (dir: game/misc/OldGames.lha).
Based on 1973 UNIVAC 1108 mainframe release, BASEBALL SIMULATION PROGRAM.
PC versions: 80-column text mode
Welcome Ladies and Gentlemen, boys and girls to Ebbets Field....formerly, home of the Brooklyn Dodgers!
Today\'s match sees the HOL Hombres take on the Lemon Meringues for bragging rights in the National League!!
Swing and a miss - stree-rike 1! The count is 0 and 1. The Meringues\' pitcher winds up again. Swing and a hit to deep right field. It\'s going, it\'s going, it\'s gone - HOME RUN!!! The Hombres lead the Meringues two-zip....
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