Even if you’ve never been curious about what computers in the 80s looked like, you might like to see all the emulators on this page. Multiple computers are covered here, including the Commodore 64, Amstrad CPC, the Spectrum 48K and a few others I’ve never heard of. The nice thing […]
Play Speccy Games Online
Ah no, not another retro post? Oh yes! ZX Spectrum.net will give you a reason to run Java again if you were a fan of the rubber keyed micro. Thanks Paolo for the link!
Happy birthday my rubber keyed friend!
Well, 2012 has turned out to be quite a year for retro computing. The Commodore 64 turned 30 this year, Jack Tramiel died, and the ZX Spectrum is 30 years old too! I have fond memories of the original 48K ZX Spectrum. Even though it had a tiny rubber keyboard […]
Amazing C64 and Speccy Pixel Art
Computers have always been home to amazing artwork. The C64 has so many graphics modes that artists were spoiled for choice near the end of the machine’s life. Luckily, artists are still working on the machine and releasing stuff even now! You can find some amazing Commodore 64 artwork on […]
Jetpac, as you've never seen it before
This is one for the Speccy fans out there, especially Walter and Conor. Jetpac is a simple shoot em up released by Ultimate Play The Game in 1983 on the ZX Spectrum. Apparently there’s a C64 conversion too but it was never as popular on that platform. In 1988, Ultimate: […]