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PEL Varazdin Orao

1984 - No generation identified

The PEL Varazdin Orao was a microcomputer produced in former Yugoslavia during the 1980s. CPU: Zilog Z80A @ 4 MHz, RAM: 64 KB (expandable to 128 KB), Storage: Tape drive or disk drive (depending on the model), Graphics: Text-based, 40x25 characters, Sound: None. The PEL Varazdin Orao was one of many home computers produced in Eastern Europe during the 1980s and was aimed primarily at hobbyists and enthusiasts. It was popular in its native Yugoslavia and other Eastern European countries, but was not well known outside of the region. Despite its limited hardware, the PEL Varazdin Orao was capable of running a variety of programs, including games, educational software, and utilities. However, its limited capabilities compared to more well-known home computers of the time, such as the Commodore 64 or the Sinclair ZX Spectrum, limited its commercial success. Information on this microcomputer and its games is limited, but it is likely that a variety of games, both original and ported from other systems, were available for the PEL Varazdin Orao. This may have included text-based games, simple arcade-style games, and educational software. However, without access to a comprehensive list or more detailed information, it is difficult to provide a more specific answer.