The Acorn Electron was (and is) an amazing British games computer boasting thousands of games. In this guide David Edwards selects one hundred of them at random and describes the game itself, how to play it and whether it still commands the attention of a modern gamer.
The Models' Games Guides are a selection of books that aim to quickly familiarise the reader with the machines featured through the universal language of gaming. Far more than just a collection of reviews, they feature high quality screenshots, original cover art illustrations, and are complemented by photographs of the machines themselves in the capable hands of our professional models. Part art-book, part nostalgia-trip and all historical snapshot, these books will equip the game collector with an appreciation of the price he can expect to pay for the featured games. Whilst, for the gamer who prefers emulating the machines rather than buying them, these books also point the way to where they can be played again with the minimum of fuss.
Welcome to the first Models' Games Guide, a new and potentially long-running series of gorgeous books about gaming.
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