Pangea's 24 Hour Games


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RAM Requirement: 512k RAM

Control: Joystick and Mouse

Release Status: Shareware

Year: 1989

Publisher: Pangea Software

Developers: Brian Greenstone & Dave Triplett

System 6 Compatible: Yes

Hard Drive Installable: Yes


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