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Play LOADS of ZX Spectrum Games in your browser for FREE #retro

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Play LOADS of ZX Spectrum Games in your browser for FREE #retro

Ahh.. the eighties, a time of awesome toys, shell suits, bad hair and the best films ever. We made mix tapes, we skated on multi-coloured roller boots, we wore He-Man or Get-Along-Gang t-shirts, we stuck spokey-dokies on our bikes and watched Going Live!.. Life was good.

But something else came along at the start of this great decade, something that would change many of our lives forever. It came from Sinclair, and brought us into a whole new world- the world of video gaming. It was the ZX Spectrum. It captured our hearts, destroyed our interest in the outside world and relinquished any chance of a social life. The cassette based games could be painfully slow to load but we loved it, which is why there are so many emulators out there now, 33 years after the original console release.

If you want to relive some small chunks of your childhood, or even show your own kids where gaming started for you, check out this browser based version which has a whopping 200+ ZX Spectrum games for you to enjoy and get nostalgic over, because although consoles and games move on, nothing ever compares to that first game that hooked you.

Try out ZX Spectrum titles in your browser here

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Add a comment4 comments
cicobuff  Mar. 7, 2015 at 19:23

Yay, now we can prove in seconds online that 90% of C64 titles were way superior ;)

SSPanther  Mar. 8, 2015 at 00:41

My god we've come a long way... Think I would've been over the moon as a kid to have had the ability to play a bunch of Spectrum games for free! Suppose it does make modern day loading times pale in comparison to loading stuff off tape... Less likely to crash as well when you're 99% loaded too!

googleberry  Mar. 8, 2015 at 09:54

god just tried to play cybernoid 2 again. Still no good at it. Rock hard! so many games in those days were completely unforgiving

Late  Mar. 9, 2015 at 09:05

...Think I would've been over the moon as a kid to have had the ability to play a bunch of Spectrum games for free!...


Playing spectrum games for free back in the days of deck-to-deck cassette recorders (when fledgling anti-piracy measures could be countered by photocopying the game manual, but most publishers didn't address the issue at all)?
Just imagine if we could've done such a thing... X)

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