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There is a fair amount of material, which is also relatively short. The quality is very good. The instructors seem to be quite friendly and helpful, and I think they must know what they are talking about, since they have achieved some degree of fame in the world of mathematics. The homework in the first two classes is also fairly simple, and should give you a good idea of what is expected of you. Most of this text is centered around the topic of the course, but there are an occasional side excursions, for instance, the two well-known theorems about cubes and prime numbers. The text is well written and easy to understand. I believe this is not auto-math knowledge but an introduction to the topic of a course at Yale.

The course is called "Math", as Wikipedia indicates, because the topic of the course is mathematics. That is what is "Math" is about, and it is relatively easy to generalize from the course. The same holds of course for college-level mathematics at the introductory level. You may know that it has its origins in "college math" or "college geometry," as terminology for mathematics not really taught in college. You'll also see in first course that trigonometry is presented first. Connecticut College also has a Math 8.1 course, which is a minor modification and mostly about the history.

More over, in 2015, Konami released Konami Code Adventures!, an adventure game that wasn't set in the 16-bit world, but a real-time adventure game like Desperate Dan! Of course, since this is Retro Game Challenge, a similar but even more interesting game exists in the Retro Game Challenge archives, and you'll find it there. Nothing beats it!

I have struggled for many years trying to make this game work on modern PCs, namely my Windows 10 PC. I have gotten some progress thanks to dgVoodoo2 and its ddraw wrapper, but the menu text is invisible, and the game crashes randomly after a while.

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