You Oughta Be In...Computer Games?Paul Eng
While it's true that many of us use personal computers just to keep track of our finances, catch up on work from the office, or help the kids with schoolwork, a PC that's all work and no play can be an awfully dull tool. Besides, with the power of today's multimedia PCs, equipped with a Pentium or PowerPC processor, double speed CD-ROM drive, sound card, and 8 megabytes of memory, it's hard to resist playing "just a few minutes" of games such as Broderbund Software's Myst. But wait until you see what temptation software makers are throwing your way now.
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