Sites dedicated to documentation are available from the documentation section.
Links not yet in the FAQ may appear here and disappear when they are included into the FAQ.
Co-maintainers and preservation project members
The .TZX Vault, maintained by Steve Brown.
Steve’s a co-maintainer of WoS. This site aims at storing every single game in the .TZX format (and there are thousands of them already!), all of which also find their way into the WoS archive.
SPA2, maintained by Juan Pablo Lï¿½pez Grao.
This site’s aim is similar to the TZX Vault (perfect images in TZX format), but for the Spanish games, all of which also find their way into the WoS archive.
Hackers Anonymous Speccy Playground, maintained by Gerard Sweeney.
Here you find the famous ‘Hackers Anonymous’ multiface pokes.
Gerard is also the main man responsible for sorting out the entire NVG archive! The results can be viewed right here. The NVG Search engine is based on this list.
ZX Software.co.uk, maintained by Tony Barnett.
A massive site where Tony has all of his personal collection on-line – fully sorted, with details, cover scans, etc!
Sinclair Heaven, maintained by Lee Fogarty.
Of special interest is the various Spectrum related video footage.
Yantra Games, maintained by Arjun Nair.
Offers almost all the 256 colour remakes for the Spectrum plus some game reviews, as well as some stuff for the SAM Coupe.
Planet Sinclair, maintained by Chris Owen.
Lots of historical information on Sir Clive, the Sinclair company and its products, mainly the Speccy! (and an off-line version as well!)
The Tipshop, maintained by Nick Humphries and Gerard Sweeney.
The most comprehensive Spectrum and SAM game hints/tips/cheats/POKEs/maps archive on the Internet, with a search engine as well!
The RZX Archive, maintained by Daren Pearcy.
Haven’t got a clue how to play a certain game? This archive might contain a full RZX recording showing how it’s done.
Demotopia, maintained by Matthew Westcott.
The largest and best maintained demo scene site around!
The original magazines
The YS Rock’n’Roll Years, maintained by Nick Humphries.
Relive the great years of the popular magazine Your Sinclair!
This site features tons of articles and listings of what was written in each and every issue.
Alchemist Research, maintained by Andy Davis.
They are world famous for their electronic magazine AlchNews and extensive software library (available in the archive).
Outlet, maintained by Fidcal (formerly named Chezron Software, later Fidcal, then Jumbery, then Fidcal again).
All back issues are still available!
The Sinclair Lair, maintained by Alex Waddington.
Here you find an on-line archive of the Classix fanzine, among other things!
ZXF, by Colin Woodcock.
One of the very few remaining active Spectrum magazines. It’s one of the best and free at that!
ZX Digest, by Andrew Ryals.
Another one of the active retro magazines (earlier known as Hackers Hangout).
Retro Review, by Ian Gledhill and Jorge Canelhas.
“Today’s Magazine for Yesterday’s Computer”
Magazine ZX, by Santiago Romero, Federico ï¿½lvarez, Pablo Suau and Miguel A. Garcï¿½a Prada.
A bimonthly on-line ZX Spectrum magazine, in Spanish.
ZXS (ZX Spectrum Files), by Ignacio Prini Garcia – http://microhobby.speccy.cz/zxsf/pagina_1.htm.
A quarterly ZX Spectrum magazine, in Spanish.
SPAC (Sociedad para la Promociï¿½n de Aventuras Conversacionales)
A bimonthly magazine focused on the world of text adventures (so it is not only Speccy-related, although there are some articles about it), in Spanish.
Retro Gamer, by Imagine Publishing.
A professional, commercial magazine about everything retro gaming (not only Spectrum).
Started by Live Publishing in 2003, taken over in 2005 (ish 19 onward)
Home Action Replay Page – Spectrum Zone, maintained by Michael Bruhn.
This is a recording site where players can compete against each other in several games. The number of games included in this competition is growing all the time.
ZX Spectrum in the 21st Century?, maintained by Richï¿½rd Tarjï¿½n.
Houses a very interesting article about the musical capabilities of the extended ZX Spectrum.
Speccy.cz, maintained by Jan Werner and Milan Hozda.
A fast growing archive of games in TAP and TZX format plus maps, covers, etc.
Speccy.org, maintained by Santiago Romero.
A large Spanish Spectrum portal site that hosts several interesting things, including SPA2 and Magazine ZX.