Bertie the Brain

Bertie the Brain was an Arcade, Casual, and early history game for the computer built in Toronto by Josef Kates

Bertie the Brain Games Description

Bertie the Brain was an Arcade, Casual, and early history game for the computer built in Toronto by Josef Kates. The four-meter-tall computer allowed visitors to the exhibition to compete in a game of tic-tac-toe against an artificial intelligence program. The player input a move on a keypad that was laid out in the shape of a three-by-three grid.

The game was played out on a grid of lights above him. The machine featured a difficulty setting that could be adjusted. The game was very attractive to people in the early time. The game was only for a single-player where the player competed with the computer AI. It was pulled apart at the end of the exhibition ceremony and forgotten.

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Bertie the Brain
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