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Intellectual Decathlon

Summary
Intellectual Decathlon is a 1984 video game for the Apple II. It is a multiplayer game which includes various events based on memory, pattern and logic puzzles. Intellectual Decathlon was written by Gabor and Alexander Laufer, and published by Muse Software. Gameplay The game consists of ten different sub-games which aim to test different aspects of the human intelligence. The score is structured similar to an Olympic decathlon. A player's final score is the total of the ten individual events: #Numberstretcher – The computer presents longer and longer string of numbers for the player to memorize (presented only for a few seconds) and type back. #Note the Notes – The computer plays a short random tune, 6–8 bars. Then the computer starts playing a long sequence of random notes. Without notice, the initially presented short tune is played hidden within the longer tune, which the player must identify. #Safecracker – The computer presents 9 dials on the scree
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