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  • from the design, with a bonus if the total chip count went below a certain number. The young Jobs, who in retrospect comes across as an excellent liar, somehow won the bid for the project."Jobs never did a lick of engineering in his life. He had me snowed," Alcorn later recalled. "It took years before I figured out that he was getting Woz to 'come in the back door' and do all the work while he got the credit."Jobs convinced Wozniak to NBA Live Mobile Coins work on the game during his day job at Hewlett-


    , when he was meant to be designing calculators. At night the two would collaborate on NBA 2K17 MT building it at Atari: Wozniak as engineer, Jobs as breadboarder and tester.Allegedly, Jobs told Wozniak that he could have half of a $700 bounty if they were able to get the chip count under 50 (typical games of the day tended to require around 100 chips). After four sleepless days that gave both of them a case of mono (an artificial time limit, it turns out: Jobs had a plane to catch, Atari wasn't


    that much of a rush), the brilliantly gifted Wozniak delivered a working board with just 46 chips.Jobs made good on his promise and gave Wozniak his promised $350. What he didn't tell him -- and what Wozniak didn't find out until several years later -- was that Jobs also pocketed a bonus somewhere in the neighborhood of $5,000. Though it's often reported that this caused a rift in their friendship, Wozniak seems to have no hard feelings."The money's irrelevant -- and it was


    . I would have done it for free," he said in a recent interview. "I was happy to be able to nba18mt design a video game that people would actually play. I think Steve needed money and just didn't tell me the truth. If he'd told me the truth, he'd have gotten it."The Forbidden FruitAs this was going on, Jobs and Wozniak were designing a personal home computer during their offtime, which would eventually become the Apple I. Even Alcorn himself got involved, unofficially."I helped them