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Yahtzee Manual Box (front).jpg|Yahtzee Retail Packaging (Front)
1983 - Car Wars Cartridge.png|1983 Car Wars Cartridge (Red Label on Beige Cartridge)
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Yahtzee Manual Box (back).jpg|Yahtzee Retail Packaging (Back)
1981 - Car Wars Manual.jpg|1981 Car Wars Manual Front Cover (Old-Style)
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Yahtzee Manual Cover (New).jpg|Yahtzee Manual Cover (Modern-Style)
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Yahtzee Scoreboard Screen.jpg|Yahtzee Scoreboard Screenshot
Car Wars 1000px.gif|Car Wars Animated gif
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Yahtzee Theme Song.mp3|Yahtzee Theme Song
Car Wars Manual.jpg|Car Wars Manual Complete (pdf format)|link=https://4apedia.com/manuals/Car%20Wars%20Manual.pdf
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Yahtzee - You Rolled a Yahtzee.mp3|You Rolled a Yahtzee Sound
1983 - Car Wars Cartridge.png|Car Wars MAME/MESS Rom (rpk format)|link=https://4apedia.com/roms/Car%20Wars.rpk
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Yahtzee - End of Game.mp3|Yahtzee End of Game Sound
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Yahtzee Manual Cover (New).jpg|Car Wars Manual Complete (pdf format)|link=https://4apedia.com/manuals/Yathzee%20Manual.pdf
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1983 - Car Wars Cartridge.png|Car Wars MAME/MESS Rom (rpk format)|link=https://4apedia.com/roms/Yahtzee.rpk
 
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Revision as of 09:59, 25 September 2020

Yahtzee
Yahtzee Manual Cover
Yahtzee Manual (Front Cover) [1] [2]
Publisher(s) Milton Bradley
Original Retail Price $24.95 (USD)
Programmer(s) Elaine Henshon
Part# MB 4967 & PHM 3039
Format(s) Solid State SoftwareTM Command Module
Release 1979 (3rd Quarter)
Genre(s) Chance, Strategy

Yahtzee is a video game version of the popular strategy dice game of the same name, created by Milton Bradley for the TI-99/4 and TI-99/4A home computer systems. It was part of Milton Bradley's Gamevision series that was scheduled to release at the same time Texas Instruments released the TI-99/4. The Gamevision version of the game was released during the 3rd quarter of 1979 under part number MB 4967 and retailing for $24.95 (USD). Texas Instruments later re-released Yahtzee on its own during the 2nd quarter of 1980 with the part number PHM 3039, retailing at $29.95 (USD). Yahtzee was programmed by Elaine Henshon, and was released on Solid State SoftwareTM Command Module cartridge.

Gameplay

Yahtzee for the TI-99 home computer system shares similarities with the regular dice-based game of Yahtzee with some unique differences.


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