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Journal babbage's Journal: First tilt-action game runs on new Powerbooks

When Apple revised their Powerbook line earlier this year, they added Sudden Motion Sensor (SMS), a detector that can be used to protect the hard drive if the machine gets dropped. Chances are, they probably weren't expecting it to be used as a video game controller, but Balooba software figured out a way, as demonstrated in Bubblegym. According to the author, "this might be the first computer game that is controlled by moving the notebook computer itself." Who says Macs can't play the best games?
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First tilt-action game runs on new Powerbooks

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