Orson Scott Card:
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Orson Scott Card (b. 1951) is an American writer who got his start with science fiction and fantasy. His novels Ender's Game and its sequel Speaker for the Dead both won the Hugo and the Nebula award for their respective years, a feat unmatched by any other writer. He holds a Master's degree in English from the University of Utah; he is currently Distinguished Professor at Southern Virginia University.
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Battleroom - ultimate antigrav gaming
A large, null-gravity space used for battle tactics training.

Ender's Game (1985)

Desk (Personal Computer)
A computer for students.

Ender's Game (1985)

Flash Suit - laser game suit
Special suit for practice battles.

Ender's Game (1985)

Free Play (The Mind Game)
A computer simulation that presents an enjoyable game for young people that is also used for psychological evaluation.

Ender's Game (1985)


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