"My addiction to these things started at Christmas in 1985 when I got a Spectrum 16K model. In summer of 1999 I bought a scanner and almost at once I discovered Netscape Composer, the Dreamweaver in that time. I made a few tests and the most remote ancestor of CEZ came to life, a list of my 20 favourite games for Spectrum, that soon became Spectrum zone, focused in spanish games for this computer and after became current Computer Emuzone."
"A MSX-lover even before knowing what a computer was, a retro-lover, and with the mania of getting the maximun out of a Z80, a TMS9918/9, a Ay-3-8910 or the cassette port, all belonging to the amazing machine, the MSX. And, as you can imagine, helping to build the best site about the Spanish software Golden Age, for quite a long time."
"The first time I connected my Spectrum, I was able to see the whole tape ?Horizons?, to show my parents that the Spectrum could be used for other things besides games, my mother sais ?you are not going to get money with games?, but I proved my parents that they were completely wrong.. It´s great when parents are mistaken for good."
"I began in the computer gaming world when an Amstrad CPC 6128 arrived to my home, in 1988 Christmas. Since that time, I have had other plattforms, although I must admit that none has left me the impression of those pixeled graphics of the CPC games."
"My passion for 8 bits was born from a gray ZX Spectrum +2 acquired from balance and out of time in the middle of adolescence when this wonderful universe gave way to the inexorable advance of Japanese consoles, to the 16-bit generation and an incipient, and apparently harmless standard, called PC. Sincerely, a luxury to collaborate in Computer Emuzone and remember with all of you those unique eighties years."