The Amstrad CPC was an English 8-bit microcomputer, popular in Europe in the 1980s, especially in France.
There were originally three models: the CPC 464 (released in 1984), CPC 664 and CPC 6128 (released in 1985). In 1990, Amstrad released three other models: the CPC 464+ and CPC 6128+ microcomputers and the GX4000 console, but they were unsuccessful.
Another computer, released by Amstrad but not compatible with the CPC, was the Amstrad PCW.
- Amstrad at Wikipedia.
- Complete list of every Amstrad Adventure released (games in English only).
- Old gold - adventures in history, part I, part II (first page), part II (second page), and part III - Pilgrim April–June 1989. A history of Amstrad CPC adventure games.