Quimoric existed and still exists.

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Quimoric existed and still exists.

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Not a MiA anymore. I was not mad. :mrgreen:
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Great, so now all you need to do is to buy it and put it on oric.org \o/

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I agree with Dbug :D

BTW funny how the software looks similar to ERE Informatique software releases: a manual with 3D effect, and a robot on the tape inlay.

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Uh, I did not have the idea of buying it, to be honest. I recall it being quite... primitive, and I am not a collector. I was simply surprised to find it. I was already starting to think I imagined the whole thing.

But it could be a good idea, even if it is just for preservation purposes.

18€ seems a bit too much for that. I will monitor it for a while and see.

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Looks like "Quim" should totally be the kind of thing you expect to run on "Oriculator"

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LOL

Naturally, it comes from the word "Química" (Chemistry) plus "Oric". It was some educational software to teach chemistry to, I guess, kids. As I said, I think I saw it once, it was quite primitive and slow, and I forgot about it.

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