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Discuss Intellivision, Atari, Colecovision, Nintendo, and More! » Member Introductions and Community Forums » Member Introductions » Hi everyone from RWAP HQ

Hi everyone from RWAP HQ

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1 Hi everyone from RWAP HQ on Wed 13 Apr 2016, 5:55 am


Hi everyone,

I am fairly active across a range of forums but have only recently joined this one to focus on some new projects.

I started using a ZX81 in 1982 when I bought my brother's old one (when he upgraded to a Sinclair ZX Spectrum) and then progressed to a Sinclair QL in 1985 and set up my own business (RWAP Software) in 1986 primarily writing software, reviews and testing items for the Sinclair QL.

I have branched out since and have launched various new bits of hardware (as well as reverse engineering parts) to keep our beloved retro gear running, including keyboard membranes for Amigas, Sinclairs, Cambridge Computers, the Sam Coupe and Amstrad computers.

After I was made redundant in 2012, this has been my full time business and this year, I have started stocking some parts for the Atari 2600 and am always looking for new projects (when time and finance allows).

Supporting retro computers and vintage consoles since 1987

2 Re: Hi everyone from RWAP HQ on Wed 13 Apr 2016, 6:52 pm


Welcome aboard!

Going to the final frontier...gaming!


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