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Planet Miners

Planet Miners
Planet Miners

SystemAtari 8-bit

Avalon Hill

Atari 8-bit

Release Date: 1/1/1983
Manufacturer: Avalon Hill
Donated By: Bill Cleaver

(From the Back of the Box)

1 January 2050: After many decades of research and development of space travel, mankind is now ready to reach out to the planets of the solar system to establish mining bases. The survival of technological civilization depends on the rapid and efficient utilization of the solar system's mineral resources to replace the rapidly diminishing supply of industrial minerals available on Earth. For this reason, the United Nations has formed a Mining Council and empowered it to grant mining concessions throughout the solar system to anyone who can be the first to claim them.

... PLANET MINERS gives you the opportunity to guide your family to a commanding economic position in the solar system. From one to four persons can play, with the computer taking the part of all the other families. This game can be played solitaire or with friends.

Other Notes: Comes in a hard, carboard case. Documentation is not present. The cassette comes with versions for the Atari 400/800, Apple ][, Commodore Pet and the TRS-80.

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