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Game covers in the Golden Age of the Spanish soft
Different colors of the covers have been an interesting thing for many users in Spain, being even object of collectionism.  Comments (4)
2012/01/19
Ugly ducklings from spanish software (XI): Magic Team
There are two types of "ugly ducklings": The big company, wich made a lot of games, but most of them were really bad, and the little one, wich name we can't remember today. This article is about one of the second category. (in spanish only) Comments (0)
2008/12/20
Ugly ducklings from spanish software (X): Positive
At the latest eighties, seeing that them found no place in existing companies, a group of young boys decided to create their own software company: Positive. (Only in spanish, please use a web translator) Comments (2183)
08/28/2008
Ugly ducklings from spanish software (IX): Zafiro
Born in the golden age of the software sales, Zafiro was a company that fought against Erbe soft trying to sell the same games (available only in Spanish; please use a translator). Comments (20)
05/01/2008
Ugly ducklings from spanish software (IX): Dro soft
The adventure in the software world of Dro Music discographic company. Only in spanish, use a web translator, please. Comments (1)
03/14/2008
Ugly ducklings from spanish software (VII): Sygran S.A.
This is time to talk about Sygran, a really unknow company who sold games, but nobody knows where nor when they did it. (Only in spanish, please, use a translator) Comments (0)
02/20/2008
Ugly ducklings from spanish software (VI): Iber Software.
Since I begun this series of articles, I never have benn so many doubts about giving the ugly duck label to a spanish company (in Spanish only, please use a web translator). Comments (1)
02/06/2008
Ugly ducklings from spanish software (V): Juliet Software.
Almost everyone remembers a lot of spanish companies because of their specially hard games, but the most remarkable thing from Juliet Software is the difficulty to pass the main menu. (only in Spanish, please use a translator). Comments (4)
01/19/2008
Ugly ducklings from spanish software (IV): Delta Software.
Continuing with our retroview to the Spanish companies, this is the turn of Delta Softare (in Spanish only, please use a translator). Comments (0)
01/01/2008
Ugly ducklings from spanish software (III): Xortrapa.
A company with releases of great quality, but not an star company due to the difficulty of their games. We're talking about Xortrapa (only in Spanish, please use a translator). Comments (2)
12/14/2007
Ugly ducklings from spanish software (II): OMK.
Known for being one of the few companies that published games for the Amstrad PCW, OMK (aka Omikron at their origins) is the protagonist of this article (in spanish only, please use a translator). Comments (1)
11/28/2007
Ugly ducklings from spanish software (I): G.LL.
The first of Punisher's articles about "Ugly ducklings" of spanish software: Minor companies that published not so minor games. This time: G.LL. Software (in spanish only, please use a web translator).  Comments (0)
11/02/2007
Microhobby selección: Best of type-ins
With an inferior quality, but bringing us even more memories than Microhobby Cassette tapes, you can find the Microhobby Semanal tapes (in spanish only, please use a web translator).  Comments (1)
10/21/2007
Microhobby selección: Full of classics
An article analyzing, with details, the best games published in our beloved magazine Microhobby (in spanish only, please use a web translator). Comments (5)
09/23/2007
Ventamatic, the pioneers
A review of the history and production of Ventamatic, one of the greatest pioneers of the Spanish software, but also vastly unkown. Until now (in Spanish only, please use a web translator). Comments (0)
14/09/2007
Round table about the Videogame in Zaragoza
Four coders of the Golden Age of the spanish games in a colloquy about the past, present and future of the games in Spain (in spanish only, please use a web translator). Comments (0)
04/14/2005
Sinclair computers history
A review of the Sinclair computers history, since the ZX-80 to the PC Sinclair 200 (in spanish only, please use a web translator). Comments (1)
2000

 

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In this section, the Computer Emuzone staff will write about a lot of themes, but always with an union nexus: the Golden Age of the Spanish software. Only one thing: the articles are written in Spanish language, so if you don't understand it, you can try to use a web translator as the avaliable in google.com.

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Cards 1017
Reviews 1097
Covers 1668
Manuals 650
Magazines 398
Walkthroughs 68
Maps 247
Cheats 223
Adverts 619
Videos 1070
Development 87
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Interviews 11
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