Thursday, March 8, 2007

ZX Spectrum +2 and 100 games

The ZX Spectrum +2 was Amstrad's first Spectrum, coming shortly after their purchase of the Spectrum range and "Sinclair" brand in 1986.

The machine featured an all-new grey enclosure featuring a spring-loaded keyboard, dual joystick ports, and a built-in cassette recorder dubbed the "Datacorder".

All quite academic you might say, until you come across the following ready to set up and play, jewel.. enhanced with 100, yes read and weep, 100 games

Seller (based in Uk), will ship anywhere...

ZX Spectrum +2 on ebay


  1. It's a lovely looking package indeed...

    (FK is violently wrestled from the computer by his better half before he can access the Paypal account...)

  2. ...but your cup of tea.....? oh well (sips FK's tea....), waste not want not...

  3. Oh, come on... I could have used a bit of tea...

  4. ...(jumps in fright.. spilling tea.)
    ..I wish you wouldn't do that....

  5. Sorry, really, I thought you heard me coming in... Sorry. It'll never happen again. I'll buy me musical socks.

  6. lol

    ...hell i'd buy musical socks... we should sell musical socks....

  7. Perhaps even start a musical socks blog... Anyway, think musical socks are a Garfield joke... can't remember to well though...

  8. it's a Gnome joke.. and it'll always be a Gnome joke..

    a musical socks blog has merit... but i will certainly need group therapy if I get involved in another blog...


  9. I'd suggest super-group therapy, really...