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MS-DOS game Nibbles

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Could you please tell me where I could get a copy, download, purchase, etc. of the MS-DOS qbasic game Nibbles?  We had it at work in 93 but lost it during upgrades to our network. Thanks kindly.
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If you still have the old DOS 3.3 disks, then you can get the file from them; it is nibbles.bas and you will need a basic compiler.  Or you can get it from here: http://members.tripod.com/~Jimmy_Reumuth/.
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Jegrede, I don't have the old DOS 3.3 disk but thanks for steering me to the source where I can get it.
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