Spectrum 48k

The ZX Spectrum (the “Z” is pronounced “Zed”) also known as the Speccy, is an 8-bit personal home computer released in England in 1982. The storage was a cassette tape (C-15) and it had a whopping 16k/48k memory. The Speccy was my first real home computer this baby rocked it till the The Commodore 64 came out a few years later now that’s another story. I decided to do a few 8bit loading screens from some of my favorite games back in the day.

Here is a picture of the little marvel.

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