I'm looking to find the name of a (purportedly) educational mac game I purchased from a bookfair handout around 1990-91.

The concept was that you would make up the rules to your own board game on a tic-tac-toe like grid. The computer would then play against you, and you told it who won. It would then use that information to try to infer the rules of the game and improve its play on the next round.

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    Which of the games in the handout did you purchase? Isn't it listed in the handout? Your inclusion of the photo is a little bit confusing. – Greenonline May 17 at 10:48
  • @Greenonline The handouts are post-2003, probably 2010; it almost certainly isn't relevant. Additionally, the image is from Buzzfeed. – wizzwizz4 May 17 at 14:26
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    I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it's not only because it's rather unclear (and seamingly not in any way RC), but also way more suited for Ask Different, the Apple/Mac cenetric SE site. – Raffzahn May 17 at 14:38
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    The game was purchased circa 1990. Only included the image to make it clear what a “book fair handout” was. Not that it was included in the image. Sorry for the confusion. – arsenius May 18 at 12:17
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