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Enterprise 128 games
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28 Feb - 5 min - Uploaded by Sharopolis The Enterprise was a British home computer released in It was a Z80 based system with. Martech, shoot-em-up, Ep, Spectrum · Way of the Tiger, The. Gremlin Graphics, arcade, beat-em-up, Ep, Spectrum · Wec Le Mans. Imagine. Quicksilva, arcade action, Ep, Spectrum. Glug Glug. CRL Group, arcade, Ep, Spectrum · Golden Axe. Virgin Games, arcade, beat-em-up .
Enterprise Games. Date: Animal Vegetable Mineral. Software House: Bourne Educational. Date: Arcade. Software House: Entersoft. Date: Beach Head. Software House: babynotez.com Date: Beach Head (German) Date: Cyrus Chess II. Date: Entervideo. Date: Fantasia Diamond. Date: Five in a. Exolon. Enterprise - Exolon is a run and gun game programmed by Raffaele Cecco and published by Hewson in for the Sinclair ZX Spectrum, Commodore 64 and Amstrad CPC 8-bit computers. It was later converted to Enterprise and to the bit Amiga and Atari ST platforms. Most games were ported from Spectrum or the Amstrad by fans on the The fact the Enterprise 64/ could mix Character attribute.
The Enterprise is a Zilog Zbased home computer first produced in It was developed bytes) of Random Access Memory (RAM), and the Enterprise , with KB (, bytes) of RAM. . a ZX Spectrum, which theoretically allows the Enterprise to run the catalogue of thousands of Spectrum games. The Enterprise has a 4 megahertz (MHz) Z80 Central processing unit (CPU), 64 kB or kB of RAM, and 32 kB of internal read-only memory (ROM) that. The Enterprise 64 was a very long-awaited computer, two years between its announcement and its marketing! It changed its name a lot of times: its first name . 24 Oct The Enterprise project began in earnest in October under the appeal on a whole number of levels - for games, for home business, for. Enterprise computer. It was a very widespread computer in Hungary with a serious fan base in the 80s and 90s in our country. In the western part of the.