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Go-Themes
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ZX Spectrum. Played endless hours with it :nerdy:

^ +1 zx spectrum! then came the dos pc, and we spent countless hours playing ‘prince of persia’ in black and white and Dave. Then came dialup internet and mirc . Time is flying by fast!!

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joomfx
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...and we spent countless hours playing ‘prince of persia’ in black and white and Dave.

Oh man, the good old times… I was addicted to both Prince of Persia and Dave :D

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gballx
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Atari 1040STE it had midi and ran Cubase v.3 with a midex midi port expander. 4mb RAM and it was rock solid going from studio to studio….....ahhhhh fond memories! :)

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GDragoN
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Commodore C64 in 1985 with 5.25’’ floppy disk drive. Elite and The Pirates! were the games to spend days and days playing. There is no game today to come even close to the excitement of playing those old ones.

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smudgethis
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Amiga 500+. Not the standard Amiga 500 that only had 512k of ram. This beast had a whole 1mb!!!

I remember being really jealous when my best mate upgraded to 2mb.

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smudgethis
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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.

Dude! Yes!!!!

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notahat
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The computer I learned to program on: A System 80, which was a TRS-80 clone.

The first computer I owned: A Dick Smith VZ200.

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Phantomore
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mine was the commodore 64, but I forgot everything about then I got a computer that you can put floppy disks in, that was fun… then a thinkpad, to a samsung, TO A MAC…

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digitalscience
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Something similar to this:

IBM PC clone. 4.77mhz, 10mb HDD, 640kb RAM.

Taught myself programming from reading the source code to the GW BASIC games that came installed on it, and the 2 programming books in the school library.

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