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[[Rare]]'s predecessor, [[Ultimate Play the Game]], was one of the platforms biggest supporters, with recognizable titles such as ''[[Jetpac]]'', ''[[Atic Attack]]'', ''[[Knight Lore]]'', and ''[[Sabrewulf]]'' proving highly successful.
 
[[Rare]]'s predecessor, [[Ultimate Play the Game]], was one of the platforms biggest supporters, with recognizable titles such as ''[[Jetpac]]'', ''[[Atic Attack]]'', ''[[Knight Lore]]'', and ''[[Sabrewulf]]'' proving highly successful.
  
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ZX Spectrum
Developer Sinclair Research
Generation 8-bit
Release date United Kingdom: April 23, 1982

The ZX Spectrum is a home computer released in the United Kingdom in 1982. One of the first widely popular home computers in the country, it saw wide support from numerous software companies and continues to be popular with hobbyists today.

Games

Rare's predecessor, Ultimate Play the Game, was one of the platforms biggest supporters, with recognizable titles such as Jetpac, Atic Attack, Knight Lore, and Sabrewulf proving highly successful.