A game which tests both dexterity and nerve. Unexploded bombs litter a minefield. Your job is to quickly defuse the bombs without tripping a mine.
World War II. London is battered and scorched. And although there is a pause in the fighting, a peril remains among the rubble: UXB's - Unexploded Bombs. These are shells that failed to detonate, but remain a danger, their unstable nature making them literally time bombs.
UXB was written by Roger Hagerty and published as type-in source code in Compute! Issue 30, November 1982. Versions of the code were provided for VIC-20 and Atari 8-bit systems.