ZX Spectrum

Image for the ZX Spectrum platform

Launched in April 1982 by Sinclair Research Ltd, the ZX Spectrum (or 'Speccy') was among the first mainstream home computers in the UK and is widely credited with kickstarting the British IT industry. On the demoscene today it enjoys a following in the UK, central Europe and Russia. The original model came in 16K and 48K versions; the 128K model followed in 1986, also featuring an internal AY sound chip. All models are powered by a Z80A CPU at 3.5MHz, and have a 15-colour 256x192 bitmap display. Read more on Wikipedia (Photo credit: Bill Bertram)

Emulators for this system includes;

Fuse for Mac OS X, Windows, Linux (and most other platforms)
Speccy by Marat Fayzullin for Windows and Linux (latest version: 3.8, 2015-07-23)
XPeccy for Linux and Windows.

Other useful tools for interacting with ZX Spectrum files are;

inTRD - TotalCommander plugin for interacting with TR-Dos (TRD) disk images.
zx-image - PHP-based ZX Spectrum images parsing into PNG/GIF. Supports animation, supports file caching.
zx-files - ZX Spectrum TR-DOS (TRD) disk image parser.

Recent releases:

Uma
DMan Jul 2018
Buddy Jul 2018
Sh Jul 2018
Shuran33 Jul 2018
Denis Grachev Jul 2018
Buddy Jul 2018
Gasman / Hooy-Program Jul 2018
Gasman Jul 2018
Автор Работы Jul 2018
pixelrat Jul 2018
D.Ivan Jul 2018
Koshi / MGN Group Jul 2018
Ida Belova Jul 2018
pixelrat Jul 2018
sashapont Jul 2018
Владис Jul 2018
kolbasa-style Jul 2018
zedOFF Jul 2018
PharaO Jul 2018
BlastOff Jul 2018
pixelrat Jul 2018
Абсолютный Мастер Всея Некопии Jul 2018
Vitalino Jul 2018
8bit fan Jul 2018
Shuran33 Jul 2018
Nurgo Jul 2018
Cosmic stranger of love Jul 2018
Vovka Jul 2018
Chember Jul 2018
Antonius Jul 2018