The PC-8801 (usually abbreviated PC-88) is a Japanese personal computer launched by NEC in 1981. This was one of the first high-resolution computer with full-colour graphics and its sound capacity was excellent for that time. The PC-8801 is based on a Zilog Z80 CPU.
There were several versions of the PC-8801 including the PC-8801mkII. The early models had only a cassette player for data saving, but the next models were equipped with a pair of 5.25-inch drive.
Articles about games for the PC 8801
- Alpha (a text adventure game developed by Square Co. Ltd.)
- Final Crisis - Terrestrial Defense Police (shoot 'em up)
- The Scheme (an action-adventure game)