Sharp MZ-2000 (1982)
Retailing for ¥248,000 in 1982, Sharp's MZ-2000 featured an 8 color display with a maximum resolution 640 x 200.
It came with a built-in tape recorder for data storage and 64KB of built in RAM. Several games were available for the MZ-2000, like Mystery House and Jelda, a 3D space shooter. You can check out some footage of the game in today’s story. 👾
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