TitlePlaying pieces for computer rage board game
Dimensionsoverall: 1/2 in x 4 in x 3 1/4 in
DescriptionThe object consists of twelve playing pieces and three die.
From VIE (written by Alex Lux) - Computer Rage board game- Computer Rage was first released in 1977, the same year the Commodore PET, Apple II, and TRS-80 were introduced into the personal computing landscape. A play on words of the burgeoning personal computer age, the basic rules of this board game were based on a simplified version of modern computer operations. Player’s pieces represented “Programs” and pieces moved according to rolls of three “binary dice.” The first player to make it all the way from “Input” to “Output” won the game.