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Black Box is an abstract board game for one or two players, which simulates shooting rays into a black box to deduce the locations of "atoms" hidden inside. It was created by Eric Solomon. The board game was published by Waddingtons from the mid-1970s and by Parker Brothers in the late 1970s. The game can also be played with pen and paper, and there are numerous computer implementations for many different platforms, including one which can be run from the Emacs text editor.

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  • Black Box est un jeu de société édité la première fois en 1976. C'est un jeu de réflexion dont le but est de deviner la position de cinq atomes sur un damier, et ce grâce à un système de faisceaux laser.Ce jeu peut être très facilement informatisé ; dans ce cas, c'est un jeu pour une seule personne. Sinon, dans sa version papier ou plateau, un deuxième joueur devra choisir secrètement la position des cinq atomes, et vérifier le comportement des faisceaux laser au fur et à mesure de la partie.
  • Black Box is an abstract board game for one or two players, which simulates shooting rays into a black box to deduce the locations of "atoms" hidden inside. It was created by Eric Solomon. The board game was published by Waddingtons from the mid-1970s and by Parker Brothers in the late 1970s. The game can also be played with pen and paper, and there are numerous computer implementations for many different platforms, including one which can be run from the Emacs text editor.
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  • Black Box is an abstract board game for one or two players, which simulates shooting rays into a black box to deduce the locations of "atoms" hidden inside. It was created by Eric Solomon. The board game was published by Waddingtons from the mid-1970s and by Parker Brothers in the late 1970s. The game can also be played with pen and paper, and there are numerous computer implementations for many different platforms, including one which can be run from the Emacs text editor. Black Box was inspired by the work of Godfrey Hounsfield who was awarded the 1979 Nobel Prize in Medicine for his invention of the CAT scanner.
  • Black Box est un jeu de société édité la première fois en 1976. C'est un jeu de réflexion dont le but est de deviner la position de cinq atomes sur un damier, et ce grâce à un système de faisceaux laser.Ce jeu peut être très facilement informatisé ; dans ce cas, c'est un jeu pour une seule personne. Sinon, dans sa version papier ou plateau, un deuxième joueur devra choisir secrètement la position des cinq atomes, et vérifier le comportement des faisceaux laser au fur et à mesure de la partie.
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