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Heinz Nixdorf MuseumsForum - ""Wolf und Schaf" – Der erste deutsche Spielecomputer" (museum-digital:ostwestfalen-lippe)
Heinz Nixdorf MuseumsForum Videospiele und Konsolen [E-2014-85]

"Wolf und Schaf" – Der erste deutsche Spielecomputer

"Wolf und Schaf" – Der erste deutsche Spielecomputer (Hainz Nixdorf MuseumsForum CC BY-NC-SA)

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Angelehnt an das traditionelle Wolf-und-Schaf-Spiel baute der damaligen Maschinenbaustudent Roderich Gräff 1951 in Darmstadt den ersten deutschen Spielecomputer. Die elektrischen Bauteile sammelte er vom Schrott.
Das Spiel benötigt eigentlich die Größe eines Schachbretts, doch Roderich Gräff hatte nur 57 Relais' zur Verfügung, sodass er das Schachbrett um eine Reihe verkleinerte. Der Spielfreude seiner Mitstudenten tat es keinen Abbruch.

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Holz, Metall, Kunststoff

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HxBxT: 17 x 37 x 47 cm, Gewicht: ca. 8 kg

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