From Morale Desperation - The ASL Website of Mark Pitcavage:
"Always a step or two behind the times when it came to computer games, Avalon Hill released a crude game assistance program (GAP) for ASL in 1988. This program, designed for the Apple II, presumed that people would play ASL next to a bulky 1980s desktop computer and would repeatedly stop play to use the computer to add up modifiers and in other ways "help" the players. It was subsequently released as a DOS program for IBM compatibles. In this format, it can still occasionally be found on eBay (probably mostly in pirated versions). Supposedly, it was also released for the Commodore 64."
Original Components include envelope style package, 5.25" floppy disk, & instructions.