If you can’t wait until September 14th to enjoy a new Halo experience, you might want to check out a tiny Halo game that was designed by Ed Fries, the former VP of Microsoft’s game publishing division. The Halo game is version designed for the Atari 2600, is light enough to be run on a machine with just 128 Bytes of RAM, and the program itself is just about 4KBbytes. You can actually play the game online right now, and check out Fries’ detailed explanation of the game.
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