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Acorn Archimedes

The Acorn Archimedes was Acorn Computers first general-purpose personal computer based on its own 32-bit RISC ARM CPU. The systems are based on Acorn's own ARM architecture processors and proprietary operating system RISC OS. The first model was introduced in 1987 and systems in the Archimedes family were sold until the mid-1990s.

Acorn Atom

The Atom was based on MOS Technology's 6502 microprocessor home computer made by Acorn Computers Ltd from 1980 to 1982.The Atom was a reduced version of the Acorn System 3 without a disk drive but with an integrated keyboard and cassette tape interface, sold in the form of a kit or armed. Its with a Motorola 6847 video chip, allowing text modes or two-color graphics. It could be connected to a TV or be modified for an output to a video monitor. The basic video memory was 1 kilobyte but could be extended to 6 kilobytes. A color PAL card was also available. Sure you can simply download and install emulator then got games roms right here and back to your golden age video games.

Acorn BBC Micro

In 1981, the BBC and Acorn Computers companies released BBC Micro. The one of the first home computers on the market. It is believed that because of its appearance was formed an IT-industry of Great Britain, including the video game industry. After more than thirty years, BBC made a new revolution – this time in secondary education. To achieve this, the company released a BBC Micro Bit, the ancestor of the original BBC Micro, which supposedly should teach kids how to code. It is not only as an amazing product of British engineering. Equipped with ARM-based processors, it is superior in performance to the other PCs of 80s and early 90s. The operating system and basic applications stored in the ROM on the motherboard, which reduced the loading time to almost zero. The games roms for BBC Micro can be downloaded for free from here RomsLand.

Acorn Electron

Acorn Electron is a simplified version of the Acorn BBC-B, but still it is partially compatible. However all the BBC BASIC is available, so it is a good way for less affluent English children to continue the work/play done at school on their BBC B. The inbuilt Acorn Electron BASIC has been inherited from the popular at that time BBC BASIC and it was quite amazing with innovative features, for example, the capacity to define procedures with DEF PROC and ENDPROC or treating the error events. For oldest game lovers simply want to play some Acorn Electron games on your pc, you can download free games roms for Acorn Electron here. With the Acorn Electron emulator, you can run roms games.


Amiga 500, also known as A500 – a computer, development began in 1982 with Jay Miner, as the chief hardware designer of Amiga Corporation. It was thought of as a game console of the next generation amiga 500 , although it was finally redesigned as a general purpose computer after the Crash of the video-game in North America in the year 1983. A prototype of the complete computer model, it was exposed to the public for the first time in the summer of 1984 at the Consumer Electronics show Fair. In order to capture the design of the computer to the market, Commodore International purchased Amiga Corporation, and financed the development of the computer. The first model was released in 1985 simply as the Amiga from Commodore, although it was later designated as Amiga 1000. The following year the Amiga product line was expanded by the introduction of two new models, the Amiga 2000 for professional use and high graphics, and the Amiga 500 aimed at home use. In many ways computer games such as Golden Axe, Defender of the Crown, Sonic Boom , Speedball 2, Turrican II and others contributed to the great popularity of Amiga 500. In total for the Amiga 500 were released more than 3,000 games. Now, you can simply play Amiga 500 games on your computer with the downloaded emulation software. Then got the Amiga 500 roms games. To feel the lovely old times video games.


it was a complete system including everything needed inside a box. Compared to the C64 or the ZX, the Amstrad CPC came with its own monitor, incorporating a tape or floppy drive inside the machine and even a small loudspeaker. This market technique gave a more professional look to the whole, focusing it in the same way as systems oriented to the company, rather than the game or more home systems. The firmware and software were developed by Locomotive Software and the hardware design was marketed by Eym Electronics, also known as Mark-Eric Jones. Today, a lot of emulators of Amstrad CPC are in development stage. Worth to mention the most popular such as CPCEMU and WinCPC. CPC roms games and emulators can downloaded for free on our website.

Apple I

Apple was founded on April 1, 1976 and it was then when on the market appeared hand-built computer Apple I. It was one of the first personal computers, and the first to combine a microprocessor with a connection for a keyboard and a monitor. There are not many games were released for Apple I, But anyway all of them available for free can download here. And play Apple I games roms on our pc, android and ios emulators.

Apple II

Apple II is a 8-bit PC, was the first computer developed by Apple that brought the great success to the company. It is the first model of the Apple 2 series which continued in production until the Apple IEE version at the end of November 1993. Try the oldest classic games such as: Lode Runner, Donkey Kong, Conan, Castle Wolfenstein, Super Stellar Trek on Apple II machine you still have a chance to try those and many other games with the correspond Apple II roms and emulator. Simply download Apple II roms games for free and enjoy the gameplay on your computer or android device. Lots of cool roms can be found here, Let's play and enjoy them.

Apple II GS (Appla II GS)

Apple II GS is the most powerful model of Apple II series of personal computers produced by Apple Computer. With the name GS refers to graphics and sound, referring to its enhanced multimedia capabilities, especially its sound and synthesis music from the current panorama, which greatly surpassed previous models of the line and most modern machines , such as the Macintosh and IBM PC. Apple II GS is not just famous because it was the most powerful at that time, but also because of the best sellers games such as: Strip Poker II, Championship Basketball - Two-On-Two and many others. A long time have passed since the release of Apple II GS and it is very hard to find cheap and working machine, but fortunately we have a lot of people with advanced IT knowledge who were able to create Apple II GS emulator and port games to ROMs. You are able to download everything free that you need to play Apple II GS roms games on RomsLand!

Atari 800

Atari 800, also known as Atari 800XL was released in 1983. The new design would be faster than the 2600, it would have better graphics, and it would include a much better sound hardware. Now, you can easily play the all games without having Atari 800 console. All you need is just to download for free Atari 800 emulator and then you can download and play any Atari 800 games roms. There are many classic games roms can be download on RomsLand.

Atari ST

Atari ST was the first 16-bit computer popular in Europe and United a home computer hosted by the Atari Company at the Las Vegas Consumer Electronics Fair in 1985 and released mid-year. The letters ST is the abbreviation of Sixteen/thirty-two (in Castilian, sixteen/thirty-two), reference of the 32-bit internal processor of Motorola 68000 with 16-bit external buses. Just download the emulator and then also Roms games. Then simplay enjoy those old time cool classic games.

Commodore 64

Commodore 64 (C64, CBM 64/CBM64, C = 64, C-64, VIC-64, THEC64 Mini) is an 8-bit home computer developed by Commodore International in August 1982. It happens to the Commodore VIC-20 and the Commodore MAX Machine, presenting 64 kilobytes of RAM, with graphics and sound far above other contemporary equipment. There are many of the Commodore 64 games have been converted into roms games that you can download and play on your computer. Find out the largest collection of Commodore 64 roms games here.


In 1981 with the purchase by Microsoft of the operating system QDOS, which after making a few modifications, becomes the first version of the Microsoft operating system, called MS-DOS 1.0 ( MicroSoft Disk operating System). From here, there are a number of modifications of the operating system, up to the version 7.1, from which MS-DOS ceases to exist as such and becomes an integrated part of the operating system Microsoft Windows. There are huge software include games, programs and applications to suppert it. Now you can download it and run in your computer with the emulators and roms set.

Sega SG1000

Sega SG1000 or also known as SEGA Game 1000 – a video game console of the second generation released by Sega Company. SG-1000, It was first launched into the market in a first phase of testing in Japan in 1981 and finally released to the Japanese market in July 1983 by ¥15,000. The console didn't get much success in that market. However, the system was sold well in Asia up to 1985. It was also marketed in Australia by John Sands, in New Zealand by Grandstand Leisure Limited, and in other countries such as Italy, Spain, and South Africa. The console in its original version never reached North America, its name is synonymous with Sega Game 1000. Anyway for the short life of the console, many third party developers have released unique games for it, which you can find in Sega SG1000 roms games section and download for free. All of them can be played on your computer with the use of emulator software.

Sharp X68000

Sharp X68000, often known as X68K, was a personal computer sold only in Japan. The computer was based on Motorola 68000 processor that was running at 10 MHz frequency, 1 MB of RAM and it didn't have a hard drive. The latest model released in 1993 was based on Motorola 68030 processor that was running at a frequency of 25 MHz, had 4 MB of RAM, and an optional SCSI standard hard drive with capacity of 80 MB. The RAM of this computers could be extended up to 12 MB, but most of the games and programs didn't require more than 2 MB of RAM for their operation. Sharp X68000 roms games can be downloaded for free and played on modern devices such as PCs, smartphones and tablets.

Sinclair ZX81 (ZX81)

The ZX81 is a home computer, launched by Sinclair Research in 1981, It was launched in the United Kingdom in March 1981 as the successor to Sinclair's ZX80 and designed to be a low-cost introduction to home computing for the general public. This was the improved version of the ZX80 marketed the previous year. The casing was black, with a membrane keyboard. The definitive appearance of the machine was the work of industrial designer Rick Dickinson. The video output, as in the ZX80, was towards a television by means of a radio frequency modulator, and the programs were read and stored through an ordinary cassette recorder using audio magnetic tapes.

Windows 3.x (Win 3.x)

Windows 3.0 was launched on May 22, 1990, and included significant improvements in comparison to the previous version, including the interface and memory management capabilities of Intel 80286 and 80386 processors. This program was launched from the MS-DOS command prompt using the win command. It presented itself as a graphical overcoat for MS-DOS, just like previous versions of Windows. However, its launch also replaced some DOS routines with Windows routines especially in the management of memory resources. This is the latest version that provides perfect compatibility with applications written for previous versions of Windows. As for the graphical aspect, the MS-DOS program management system was replaced by a program manager based on an icon system and a file management system in the form of lists called Winfile. The launch of applications was thus greatly simplified. MS-DOS remained the main interface, from which we launched Windows.

ZX Spectrum (ZXS)

Sinclair ZX Spectrum is an 8-bit computer based on the microprocessor Zilog Z80A, manufactured by the British company Sinclair Research and launched on April 23, 1982.In Europe, the Sinclair ZX Spectrum was the most popular domestic microcomputers of the years 1980. Its optimized and compact design made the delights of thousands of fans of computer and video games. Even today, thousands of Spectrum fans continue to play their games. There is also a collecting market for both original and Spectrum game tapes. ZX Spectrum roms games as well as the emulator can be downloaded for free on this page. Enjoy the gameplay on your modern pc, ios or android device.

ROM is the process of copying game data from a ROM (read only memory) chip to a memory device (such as a hard disk or USB storage). With the help of an emulator, old games can be run on new computer platforms, handheld computers or other platforms. Now, you can easily download game ROMs and emulators from RomsLand.

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