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 YEAR: 1979
 ITEM: Childrens' Comp./Game
 COMPANY: Lakeside
RARITY: Not rare   Click here for further information on our rarity scale Information on the rarity of this item is unknown.

Computer Perfection

Computer Perfection claimed to be "the ultimate playmate" that would push you to your limits. Computer Perfection offered four different games for you to play. Game one is "Countdown" that is a single player game where you would have to light up all 10 lights in the proper order, with the winner doing so in the least amount of moves. Game two is "Black Hole" is the same as Countdown, lighting all the lights in the correct order as well. The difference with Black Hole is if you hit a button already lit, the computer will shut off all of the lights that are ahead of that light, plus the light itself. The third game is "Brain Battle" that is a two player game. The way it works is the player on the left would have to turn off all the lights starting with the number one as the second player has to turn on all the lights starting with the number six. Game Four is "Light Race" another two player game in which the idea is to turn on more than five lights.

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