From the makers of unfashionable Gamer comes the final word publications to the ZX Spectrum and Commodore sixty four. With over 250 pages packed choked with outstanding video games and in-depth beneficial properties, this thirtieth anniversary precise is a needs to for any gamer searching for a visit down reminiscence lane.
- have a look at the very best video games for the ZX Spectrum and Commodore 64.
- know about those extraordinary domestic desktops and the legacy they left behind.
- pay attention from specialists and the most avid gamers that made those pcs great.
- realize the place to begin your ZX Spectrum and Commodore sixty four collections.
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