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I collect old computers and old games, my first computer was a ZX 80, followed by a ZX Spectrum, then a BBC B, then a BBC Master, then an Archimedes, then a RISC PC then I had to buy an IBM PC in the 90's to play all these FPS games. The first game I played in colour was Manic Miner on the Spectrum. In the modern era I generally play turn based strategy games or immersive RPG games like X3 and Skyrim.
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I collect old computers and old games, my first computer was a ZX 80, followed by a ZX Spectrum, then a BBC B, then a BBC Master, then an Archimedes, then a RISC PC then I had to buy an IBM PC in the 90's to play all these FPS games. The first game I played in colour was Manic Miner on the Spectrum.
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My first programmig experience was on a PDP-11 in 1977; I now have a Rasberry PI and ARM rules the world.
 
   
   

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