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asifnm7 says

Sinclair ZX80, followed very quickly by a ZX81, whole day spent copying code out of a book only to have it go to waste as the tape stopped working, those were the days.

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joomfx says

This exact PC from the screenshot was my first touch with the computers back in 1989 :)
It was an unbelievable experience – 640K RAM, 4,77 MHz and 20MB HDD :D

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websupporter says

a beauty XD

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Animation1000 says

I don’t know the specs, but I can remember it used floppy disks, everything was green. and the most memorable of it all was that me and my older brother would sit during the school holidays under a blanket and play Montezuma’s revenge. Back in the carefree days.

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Bedros says

Am I dreaming or nobody referenced the Great Amiga 500 yet?
If I am not mistaken, in Terminator II – Judgment Day, They used Amiga 4000s for the effects.

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MusicToSuit says

My first computer was the ATARI ST…........ in 1989 ! It was also the time I discovered a whole new world called: MIDI :)

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pixelgreco says

Amstrad CPC464 but with green screen… chewed tapes and long waiting to load the game…
What beautiful times! :)

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kops says

BBC Micro B. Christ, I feel old

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Many wonderful hours spent playing Alpha Centauri, Citadel, The Last Ninja, Elite and Chuckie Egg. Not to mention spending 2 days typing out game code bit by bit from a huge book only to find it wouldn’t work because of one character that was incorrect on line 10380.

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aleluja says

I’ve had computer since I was born (92). It was a PC running MS-DOS. I loved playing games on it, especially Alley Cat and Supaplex. And Aladin. And Prince of Persia. I’m in love with video games since my birth :D

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