In this video from Weird Paul, we get to see what a masterful programmer Paul was back in 1983. None of the many discs I filled up as a kid survived, so this is a real treat to see how his programs all turned out and that some of them still exists.
Who didn’t type in line after line, but instead replaced names and words with something more humorous or took license with a successful movie franchise to make their own text adventure. Paul was doing it back in 1983, and as always, he has video of it to show off. The results are often hilarious, as are Paul’s reactions. I hope to see more of these videos to go along with Paul’s original VLOG time-capsules from the eighties.
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