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Cheetah 125+ Joystick

The Cheetah 125 Joystick, also known as 125+ Joystick, was made by Cheetah Marketing Ltd in 1986. It was originally sold for £8.95.

It was compatible with the:

  • Sinclair ZX Spectrum 16K/48K/128K/+2
  • Commodore 64 & VIC 20
  • Atari 2600
  • Commdore C16 & Plus 4
  • Atari Home Computers
  • Sears Arcade Games
  • Texas Instruments TI-99/4A
  • Amstrad Computer

Kindly donated by Kevin Meynell.

Date : 1986

Manufacturer : Cheetah Marketing Ltd

Physical Description : Cardboard box Joystick Instructions for Use leaflet

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH13190. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

Scan of Document: Cheetah 125+ Joystick

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