About


About

Retro Computing is a place to reminisce on vintage computers, from cogwheels or relays through transistors and chips, from experimental machines through mainframes to 8-bit and 16-bit home computers.


This community is about hardware and software; about owning, reminiscing, using and creating.  Just about anything goes but are more interested in game implementation and design than actual games as there are other communities, such as Retro Video Games.
If you have any comments about the community and want to discuss non-publicly, please don’t hesitate in contacting either +Ed S or myself, +Chris Westcott