TIS-100

I have just discovered TIS-100. So much fun! It came with my Level Up and Learn: Programming Games Humble Bundle. From Wikipedia:

TIS-100 is a programming/puzzle video game developed by Zachtronics Industries. The game has the player develop mock assembly language code to perform certain tasks on a fictional, virtualized 1970s computer that has been corrupted. The game was released for Microsoft Windows, OS X, and Linux personal computers in July 2015.

“Decisions in 10 minutes or less, or the next one is free.”

My favourite software development anecdote of all time: Brian Valentine, senior vice president of the Windows Division, during the development of Windows 2000 by a 4,200 strong team of developers: “Decisions in 10 minutes or less, or the next one is free.” — The Motivator Behind the Windows 2000 Development Team, February 16, 2000