Little Computer People is an incredibly advanced life simulation game created in 1985 by Activision for the Commodore 64, ZX Spectrum, Atari ST and Apple II.
Little Computer People is an incredibly advanced life simulation game created in 1985 by Activision for the Commodore 64, ZX Spectrum, Atari ST and Apple II. An Amiga version was released in 1987. It is considered the precursor of life-simulations like The Sims.
When you start the game a new character will be generated and he will occupy the small house. Then he will start following his own routine, for example you will see him watching TV, reading newspapers or cooking. You will be able to interact with him using the keyboard: combination of TAB+letter will generate an event (for example TAB+C will make the phone ring, TAB+F will make the food arrive). Or you can type a full sentences like "please play the piano".
There are a lot of words that the character can understand. But careful, because the mood of the character can change the response. We suggest you to read this wiki to know all the features of this great piece of software.
See Also: Legendary Game Designers: David Crane
Review by: Manu
Published: 12 November 2015 8:49 pm
Amiga version - Language: English - Size: 1.20 Mb
Es genial. No lo conocía. Me llama muchísimo la atención.