BASIC programming language

Software theme

Coded in BASIC.

1300
games
49
platforms

Alternate name: Beginner's All-purpose Symbolic Instruction Code

The first video game about BASIC programming language was released on January 23, 1966.

Creative Computing, NEUC and EAG has published most of these games

This is for the programmic language, for basic games, see simple gameplay.
Implies the game is easily portable between an extremely wide variety of platforms.

Commodore BASIC applications can be run natively on Linux, Mac OS X, and Windows using cbmbasic; no emulator required; CPU independent. Speed depends about 1:1 on CPU MHz. A Commodore 64 representing 100% speed with its 1MHz CPU will be matched by anything else with a 1MHz CPU, whereas a 1GHz gets you 1000% of that speed.
run cbmbasic for interactive mode (its like booting a Commodore into BASIC)
run cbmbasic game.bas to run game.bas
or create scripts in Commodore BASIC language:
#!/usr/bin/cbmbasic
PRINT"HELLO WORLD!"

Parent group

Programming languages

Child groups

Explore Engine, Microsoft GW-BASIC

compare with these groups

Platforms

Apple II E 377
Ohio Scientific 126
Tandy Coco 123
Altair 8800 86
TRS-80 79
Atari 400/800 60
Memotech MTX 50
DEC PDP-1 38
Nascom 38
ABC 80 35
MS-DOS 34
C128 31
Apple I 26
North Star Computers 21
Coleco Adam 18
Commodore PET 17
TI Calculators 11
C64 11
TI99 10
Amstrad CPC 10
VIC-20 10
Oric 8
Unix 8
ZX Spectrum 7
APF 6
ZX 81 6
Windows 5
Sharp MZ 5
Mac OS Classic 4
Tomy Tutor 4

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