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Disappointingly lightweight book,
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This review is from: Speccy Nation: A tribute to the golden age of British gaming (Paperback)
The first computer I ever programmed was my schools' Commodore Pet - which had an entire 16k of memory.
The first computer I ever owned -but strangely never programmed- was the ZX Spectrum -more accurately I jointly owned it with my brothers.
I played hours of games on there so I have fond memories of Ant Attack, Atic-Atak and so on so I should be the target for this book.
Unfortunately not only is the treatment of the games rather lightweight -nothing more than I would expect to read on Wikipedia- but the omissions are rather surprising as well.
I was disappointed.