Quiz: ZX Spectrum Games

The ZX Spectrum, released by Sinclair Research in 1982, was a pioneer in the home computing revolution. With its sleek design and rubber keyboard, it quickly became an iconic fixture in many households. Sporting a Z80 processor running at 3.5 MHz, it was relatively powerful for its time, offering 16 KB or 48 KB of RAM, expandable via external peripherals. Its graphical capabilities, though modest by today's standards, were groundbreaking then, with a color palette of eight vibrant colors and a resolution of 256x192 pixels.

One of the Spectrum's most enduring features was its extensive library of games, which ranged from simple text adventures to complex arcade-style games, often distributed on cassette tapes. Its BASIC programming language encouraged users to experiment and create their own software, fostering a generation of amateur programmers. Despite its eventual decline in the late 1980s, the ZX Spectrum left an indelible mark on the history of computing, remembered fondly by enthusiasts and nostalgists alike.
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