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"Never thought you could learn anything playing electronic home video game systems? Think again! Learn to type on a computer keyboard with this educational game that will prepare the entire family for tomorrow's future." -Videlectrix
QWERTY is a game by Videlectrix. The game is only mentioned on the Videlectrix game catalog; it is not available for play.
The game's name, QWERTY, is a reference to the top row of keys on a standard English keyboard (QWERTYUIOP). The promotional statement for the game is similar to the advertisements for many of the educational games released for the Intellivision and ColecoVision game systems during the early 1980s.
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| Videlectrix Games
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