Baseball is a BASIC game that plays out the 1967 world series between the Boston Red Sox and St. Louis Cardinals. All the players are present and probabilities for their actions can be requested when asked to make a move. The game itself is mostly played by answering yes or no questions, or a base to perform an action with. Questions include whether to steal a base, or which base to throw a ball to.
Chess is a chess game on the CDC 6600 computer. The program was continuously iterated on and knew many versions which became progressively better. The game won the ACM North American Computer Chess Championships eight times and the second WCCC in Toronto in 1977.