Published on 2/11/2024
Predictor is a guessing video game for the Commodore 64 that was published in the June 1986 issue of the Compute's! Gazette. The rules are as follows: The first player chooses either the color red or blue. The second player, or the "Predictor", must then guess what the first player chose. If the second player guesses correctly, they get a point. Otherwise, the first player gets a point.
nymx here takes the role of the "predictor" and plays 100 rounds against a computer player, winning all of them in record time with copious amounts of RNG manipulation.

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