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Platform : ZX Spectrum
Format : Cassette
Publisher : Mikro-Gen
Authors : Chris Hinsley
Date : 1984

Other Software by Mikro-Gen:

Item Manufacturer Platform Format Date
Mad Martha Mikro-Gen ZX Spectrum Cassette Unknown
Chess (Spectrum Master) Mikro-Gen Sinclair ZX Spectrum Cassette Unknown
Everyones a Wally Mikro-Gen Commodore 64 5.25Inch Disk Unknown
Great Britain Ltd Mikro-gen / Simon W Hessel ZX Spectrum Cassette Unknown
Puckman Mikro-Gen Commodore VIC 20 Cassette Unknown
Master Chess Mikro-Gen ZX Spectrum Cassette Unknown
Pat the Postman Mikro-Gen ZX Spectrum Cassette 1983
Masterchess Mikro-Gen ZX Spectrum Cassette 1983
Automania Mikro-Gen ZX Spectrum Cassette 1984
Pyjamarama Mikro-Gen Amstrad CPC464 Cassette 1984
Everyone's A Wally Mikro-Gen Sinclair ZX Spectrum Cassette 1985
Stainless Steel Mikro-Gen Cassette 1985
Equinox Mikro-Gen ZX Spectrum Cassette 1986
Equinox Mikro-Gen Amstrad CPC464 3.0 Disk 1986

Information About Mikro-Gen:




This exhibit has a reference ID of CH12871. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
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