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Amstrad CPC 464

Amstrad CPC 464

Welcome to the Amstrad CPC section here at the Japanese Retro Video Games shop. We stock a large selection of games, accessories and systems. The Amstrad CPC (short for Colour Personal Computer) is a series of 8-bit home computers produced by Amstrad between 1984 and 1990. It was designed to compete in the mid-1980s home computer market dominated by the Commodore 64 and the Sinclair ZX Spectrum, where it successfully established itself primarily in the United Kingdom, France, Spain, and the German-speaking parts of Europe. The series spawned a total of six distinct models: The CPC464, CPC664, and CPC6128 were highly successful competitors in the European home computer market. The later plus models, 464plus and 6128plus, efforts to prolong the system's lifecycle with hardware updates, were considerably less successful, as was the attempt to repackage the plus hardware into a game console as the GX4000.

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  1. Yabba Dabba Doo  ( Amstrad 464,664,6128 )

    Yabba Dabba Doo ( Amstrad 464,664,6128 )

    £1.50

    In Yabba Dabba Doo the player has to help Fred win Wilma's heart. To do this he must build a house by collecting rocks and putting them in the right place. There are obstacles to this, small rocks get in the way, turtles bite your ankles and pterodactyls drop rocks on you too. Also while you're away neighbours will pinch bits. Once the house is built, you have to get Fred a car so that he can get to the quarry to work, thus earning enough money to hire a dino crane to put the roof on. Progress is measured by points, these are gained as you build the house, get to work and finally find Wilma. Learn More
  2.  Quickshot Python 1 ( Boxed )  ( Mega Drive )( Amiga ) ( Atari )

    Quickshot Python 1 ( Boxed ) ( Mega Drive )( Amiga ) ( Atari )

    £10.00

    Quickshot Python 1 Joystick, with the buttons rearranged to the top of the Joystick. Much better for Shoot 'Em Up games and flight simulators / helicopter games. No instructions Learn More
  3. Cheetah Star Probe Micro Switch Joystick ( Atari) ( Amiga) (Amstrad) ( C-64 )  ( ZX )

    Cheetah Star Probe Micro Switch Joystick ( Atari ) ( Amiga) (Amstrad) ( C-64 ) ( Sega) ( ZX )

    £14.00

    Out of stock

    Cheetah Star Probe Micro Switch Joystick ( Atari) ( Amiga) (Amstrad) ( C-64 ) ( ZX ) DB9 (female) serial connector Learn More
  4. Cheetah MACH-1 Joystick  ( Atari) ( Spectrum)  ( C-64 )

    Cheetah MACH-1 Joystick ( Atari) ( Spectrum) ( C-64 )

    £8.00

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    CHEETAH MACH-1 Joystick - Spectrum Commodore 64 Atari 2600 800 XE Vic 20 Learn More
  5. Archer Super Deluxe Competition Joystick ( Atari)  ( C-64 )

    Archer Super Deluxe Competition Joystick ( Atari) ( C-64 )

    £6.00

    Compatible with: * Atari 2600. * Sears. * Atari 400/800. * VIC20. * C64. * NEC PC-6001. Learn More
  6. Quickshot Joystick    ( Atari) ( Amiga) (Amstrad) ( C-64 ) ( ZX )

    Quickshot Joystick ( Atari) ( Amiga) (Amstrad) ( C-64 ) ( ZX )

    £8.00

    Quickshot Joystick For Amstrad, Atari ST, 2600, Commodore Amiga, 64, VIC 20 Vintage Quickshot joystick controller, fully tested & all working, 9 pin connector, will fit most vintage consoles. Learn More
  7. Quickshot QS-137F  Joystick   ( Atari) ( Amiga) (Amstrad) ( C-64 ) ( Sega) ( ZX )

    Quickshot QS-137F Joystick ( Atari) ( Amiga) (Amstrad) ( C-64 ) ( Sega) ( ZX )

    £8.00

    OU ARE LOOKING AT A VINTAGE QUICKSHOT JOYSTICK MODEL: QS-137F DIFFERENT SWITCH UNDER THE BOTTOM TO CHANGE TO WHICH COMPUTER TO USE IT WITH, ATARI, COMMODORE, MSX C: AMSTARD AND SEGA Learn More
  8. Cheetah 125+  ( Atari) ( Amiga) (Amstrad) ( C-64 )  ( ZX )

    Cheetah 125+ ( Atari) ( Amiga) (Amstrad) ( C-64 ) ( Sega) ( ZX )

    £8.00

    Cheetah 125+ ( Atari) ( Amiga) (Amstrad) ( C-64 ) ( ZX ) DB9 (female) serial connector Learn More
  9. Competition Pro Joystick  ( Atari) ( Amiga)

    Competition Pro Joystick ( Atari) ( Amiga)

    £10.00

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    Competition Pro Joystick ( Atari) ( Amiga) Learn More
  10. Powerplay Cruiser Joystick  ( Atari) ( Amiga) (Amstrad) ( C-64 ) ( Sega) ( ZX )

    Powerplay Cruiser Joystick ( Atari) ( Amiga) (Amstrad) ( C-64 ) ( Sega) ( ZX )

    £10.00

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    The Powerplay Cruiser was a joystick released in 1986, during the time that the Commodore 64 and Commodore Amiga were both popular home computers. It was compatible with many 8-bit and 16-bit machines, and boasted many features that were considered high end at the time: Fully microswitch-based operation (clicking with every move or shot) 8-directional control Ambidextrous design (symmetrical with two fire buttons positioned at the front end, away from the joystick shaft) Adjustable torque control (a 3-position rotating collar at the base of the shaft, giving manual resistance) Rugged plastic body & sturdy, long-lasting design COMPATIBLE WITH: COMMODORE VIC20 / C64 / C128 / AMIGA SPECTRUM +2 / +2A / +3 (GREY CONNECTOR) 16K / 48K / 128K WITH INTERFACE AMSTRAD 464 / 664 / 6128 / PCW WITH INTERFACE ATAR1 2600 / 7800 / 400 / 800 / XE / XL / ALL ST MACHINES Learn More

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