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This was original Mugwump (game), which I would have considered ideal, but Mika1h renamed it to Mugwump (video game) with the edit summary being "Consistency". Trouble is, it was written to use a text-based interface, and doesn't really qualify as a video game at all; I don't even see any mention of a later remake that used graphics, though it wouldn't surprise me if one existed. It's not even necessary for it to use a computer -- I understand that in some schools, the teacher would take that role, using this class of game to get the students interested in programming.