ZX Spectrum Games

The Sinclair ZX Spectrum was a brilliant and colorful home computer made by a Brit egghead named Sir Clive Sinclair. Until the Commodore 64 took over the reins, the Sinclair Spectrum was far and away the most popular home computer in the UK, and spawned many genuine original games. Its legacy can be seen in the substantial number of highly talented international games designers who got their first start with it.

We plan to recognize the Spectrum for what it achieved – with a selection of fine games as we find them.


Jetpac is a ZX Spectrum classic. The ZX Spectrum was an immensely popular home computer system from the UK in the early 80’s, used mainly for games. The games had to be loaded from a cassette deck, would take 4-7 mins, and if you got the volume setting wrong you’d have to start again. Suffice …