Browse products from year '1982' (8 found)

Sinclair ZX Spectrum

Sinclair ZX Spectrum

The ZX Spectrum was an 8-bit (Z80A) personal home computer released in 1982 by Sinclair Research Ltd. Originally released in 16K and 48K versions, the Spectrum became massively popular in the UK, and ultimately evolved through a variety of later models including the Spectrum+ (which added a bett... (read more)
Sinclair, 1982

Commodore 64

Commodore 64

The Commodore 64 is one of the most popular home computers ever produced, described by the 2001 Guinness Book of Records as the most "prolific computing device ever manufactured" and selling around 30 million units until it ceased production in 1993. Taking its name from its 64K of RAM, the mach... (read more)
Commodore, 1982

Acorn BBC Model B

Acorn BBC Model B

The Model B was an early member of the BBC Microcomputer System series, which were designed and built by Acorn Computers for the British Broadcasting Corporation's Computer Literacy Project. The Model B had 32K of RAM (as opposed to the 16K offered by its predecessor, the Model A), and was partic... (read more)
Acorn, 1982

DCP INTERSPEC instruction manual

DCP INTERSPEC instruction manual

DCP INTERSPEC instruction manual by DCP Microdevelopments Limited. 8 pages.
The DCP INTERSPEC is a interface to provide switchable outputs and switch inputs to a ZX81 or ZX Spectrum. (read more)
DCP Microdevelopments Limited, 1982

Puck Monster

A very respectable handheld Pac-Man game, offering a playfield that was similar to the arcade concept, and control via a small joystick rather than the direction buttons that other handhelds of the era had tended towards. Colourful LED graphics, a decent speed, and the fact that your Pac-Man cha... (read more)
CGL, 1982

Dragon 32

Dragon 32

In many ways a Welsh clone of the Tandy TRS-80 Color Computer, the Dragon 32 was particularly popular in the Christmas of 1982... thanks in part to the short supply of the ZX Spectrum. In common with the Tandy system, it used a Motorola 6809E processor, setting it apart from the many Z80 and 650... (read more)
Dragon Data, 1982

Caveman

Caveman

A game in which you play the role of a caveman, attempting to steal eggs from a dinosaur, without getting caught by the dinosaur itself, attacked by a pterodactyl, or hit by rocks from an erupting volcano! The multi-coloured Vacuum Fluorescent Display (VFD) presented some of the better graphics ... (read more)
Tomy, 1982

Scramble

Scramble

A tabletop game that aims to be at least a little similar to the classic arcade game of the same name. The main similarly is that it is a sideways scrolling game in which you have to shoot and bomb things without losing lives. The differences are pretty much everything else. However, it was n... (read more)
Grandstand, 1982