When it came down to games, Sharp ruled! The X1 was released by Sharp after the MZ series, and different from other computers of the time it didn't have an embedded BASIC (which had to be load from a cassette tape). This meant it had free RAM, so you could put your favorite tape and it would load automatically! It received upgrades in the form of the X1 Turbo and X1 Turbo-Z, which added even more power for an already powerful machine.
|Kagirinaki Tatakai||Platformer||Probably the best X1 game, your objective is simply to go as deep as possible, and for this you have three different weapons at your disposal. It featured asymmetric sprites, decades before Super Metroid came out!|
|200px||Super Mario Bros. Special||Platformer||You thought The Lost Levels was hard? You have seen nothing! Prepare to pull out your hair as you make through the most insane level designs in Mario history!|
|200px||Thunder Force||Top-down shooter||The very first Thunder Force, the one that nobody ever played! It plays just like the top-down sections from Thunder Force II, where you must destroy various devices on the ground, then you take on a gigantic battleship.|