Introduction The MGT +D interface was one of a few disk interface solutions that appeared for the Spectrum in the[…]Read more
The Spectrum Issue Zero
A detailed insight into the development of the ZX Spectrum hardware Many thanks to Mark Smith who contributed this article[…]Read more
Spectrum Sales Brochures
Here you can find .PDF versions of the sales brochures that Sinclair (and latterly Amstrad) produced for the ZX Spectrum,[…]Read more
Top 10 ZX Spectrum games
This is a guest article from Jesper Carlsson, a member of the Spectrum For Everyone Facebook group, regarding our recent[…]Read more
Spectrum For Everyone – 4096 Member Free Raffle!
As we’ve hit another amazing milestone of 4096 members (following our long tradition of geekery), we’re announcing another FREE RAFFLE[…]Read more
Adding Colour to the Investronica 128 Composite Output
It’s well known that the Investronica 128 (otherwise known as the Spanish Toastrack) and the UK 128 machines have different[…]Read more
Issue 2 ZX Spectrum Variations
(By Will Woodvine) Having a slightly technical bent, I like to own the different variations of each ZX Spectrum. Sometimes,[…]Read more
Spectrum For Everyone – 3072 Member Free Raffle!
As we’ve hit another amazing milestone of 3072 members (not 3000, as we’re geeks!), there will be another prize given[…]Read more
Inside the Codemasters CD Games Pack
Codemasters, purveyors of numerous brands of ‘simulator’ software in the eighties, released a compendium of games in 1989 (the ‘Codemasters[…]Read more
ZX Spectrum Running on ZX81 Power?!
The introductory booklet accompanying every new 16K or 48K Spectrum contains, in the section “What’s inside the case”, a picture[…]Read more