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Superbase Personal

Superbase Personal
Superbase Personal


Precision Software


Release Date: 9/1/1986
Manufacturer: Precision Software
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Superbase is an end-user desktop database program that started on the Commodore PET and was ported from that to various operating systems over the course of more than 20 years. It also has generally included a Programming language to automate database-oriented tasks, and with later versions included WYSIWYG form and report designers as well as more sophisticated programming capabilities.

Hardware and Software Requirements

  • Hardware
    • Amiga with 512K RAM
    • Some blank formatted disks
    • A second disk drive is optional

Copy Protection

A Dongle (small hardware key plugged into games port #2) is required to run the software.

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