Instant Software

73 Pine St, Peterborough, NH 03458

Instant Software produced game, utility, and education software in the late 1970s and early 1980s, primarily for the TRS-80 line of home computers. Instant Software was a subsidiary of Kilobaud Microcomputing, headquartered in Peterborough, New Hampshire and run by Wayne Green.


Play the blackjack rules of any major casino in the world. Shuffles up to six standard 52-card decks. Keeps track of all wins and losses. Accommodates up to seven players against the house. Calculates six different point counts. 16K.
TS 1000
Educational program of U.S. geography. Three lesson sets includes: state’s capital, location, area in square miles, population and other information. There are lesson-planning suggestions and study aids. Makes learning interesting to children with animated graphic rewards. 32K.
TS 1000
Earn your wings with this fast paced flight simulator. This is a flight simulation of a mountain pilot. His goal is to bring supplies to a far-off town and return through a treacherous mountain pass. Also gives a realistic air-flight landing simulation. 16K.
TS 1000
Create a computerized teaching system for any subject. A lesson of up to twenty questions with their answers can be stored. The teacher/parent will find it easy to make up the lesson and can change it as many times as wanted. Animated graphic rewards for the correct answer. 16K.
TS 1000



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