Added: 27th of September 2019
Updated On: 1st of November 2020
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The 1980's saw the birth of home computers. The most successful and popular computer in the UK at the time was the ZX Spectrum 48k. What made this computer different was the famous rubber keys. It was also competitively priced and also had a better selection of games over computers like the Commodore 64.
If you miss classics Manic Miner, Jetpack, Jet Set Willy, this tutorial will show how to install Fuse, the ZX Spectrum Emulator for Ubuntu and Ubuntu based distributions.
To install fuse open your terminal and enter the following command.
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