Xerox 820 II vintage gaming

This is the Xerox 820 II computer running CP/M 2.2E. This machine build in 1982 uses a Z80A processor at a stunning 4MHz. It uses eight inch floppy's which can carry almost 1MB. There are some ASCII games on it. A race game called CAR and a golf game called GOLF. First I show you some pictures from the machine. After booting and the games you can see pictures of the game screens. You can't do much useful things these days with these machines. But it's fun to play with...

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