Like many of the other computers at the time, including the Sinclair ZX range, Memotech computers were based on the Zilog Z80 8-bit microprocessor. The computers were originally available in two models, the MTX500 with 32KBytes of RAM and the MTX512 with 64KBytes of RAM. The MTX500 was launched at the Earls Court Computer Fair in June 1983 and the MTX512 was available later in the year. <br />The final machine from Memotech Computers, released in September 1984, was the RS128. The RS128 was fitted with 128 KBytes of RAM and used page switching to get around the Z80 restriction of only being able to address a maximum of 64KBytes of RAM.
Games for this system
Turbo was developed by Andy Key and published for the Memotech MTX by Continental Software.
Toado is a Frogger clone, developed by Ed Hollingshead and published by Continental Software in 1...
The Wall is a Breakout type game, published for the Memotech MTX home computer by Syntaxsoft.
A graphics designer for the Memotech MTX512 computer allowing the creation of loading screens, ba...
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