Assembly language

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8-Bit Productions,14 > (prev0)
Atari,13 > (prev14)
SSI,8 > (prev14)
Brøderbund,6 > (prev14)
Commodore,6 > (prev14)
Rainbow,4 > (prev14)
Snacking On Software,4 > (prev14)
XOR Corporation,3 > (prev14)
Avalon Hill,3 > (prev14)
Spectral Associates,3 > (prev14)
6502 Workshop,3 > (prev14)
Georgia Tech University,2 > (prev14)
Tandy,2 > (prev14)
Steve Pitman Software,2 > (prev14)
The Learning Company,2 > (prev14)

Written in assembly language; human readable form of machine code. The least portable & lowest level that can still be considered a computer language.

252
games
41
platforms

Alternate name: ASM

Note that actual ASM is extremely dependent on the CPU it is written for, which makes it very unportable. Hardware that the code addresses besides the CPU can also be a significant factor in unportability.

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Parent group

Programming languages

Child groups

GNU/Linux kernel, Microsoft GW-BASIC

Games by year

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The first Assembly language video game was released on December 31, 1969.

8-Bit Productions, Atari, SSI and Brøderbund published most of these games.

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Platforms

Apple II E 47
TI Calculators 42
Atari 400/800 28
Tandy Coco 26
C16/Plus4 10
Linux 10
C64 10
Atari 7800 9
Commander X16 8
MS-DOS 7
Mac OS Classic 5
VIC-20 4
Sol-20 4
Mega Drive 4
Atari 2600 4
Altair 8800 3
Windows 2
SNES 2
Olivetti M20 2
ZX Spectrum 2
TRS-80 2
Coleco Adam 2
Pandora 1
Jaguar 1
Neo-Geo 1
DEC PDP-1 1
Mac OS X 1
Commodore PET 1
Apple IIGS 1
Atari 5200 1

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