DR. JIM'S PROGRAMMING HISTORY: QL PROGRAMS AND OTHER ODDITIES
This is an archive of programs and games I've released publicly, for any machine that isn't a Spectrum, ZX81 or ZX80 or their related clones. The only full-blood Sinclair machine listed here is the QL (unless by some freakish occurrence I write a program for the ultra-primitive MK14), but there will also be space for the SAM Coupé, Spectrum Next, Jupiter ACE (writing in FORTH? Fat chance...), Cambridge Computer Z88, and anything even vaguely Sinclair-related I might want to have a crack at. Maybe, one day, I might even have a shot at writing for other 1980s micros, such as the Amstrad CPC or MSX. After all, I did write programs on my brother's Dragon 32 back in the day, though none of them survived (and they weren't much cop anyway).
This is the most significant part of the website, so it gets full-size-with-border screenshots (320×240), all of which can be enlarged (to 960×720) by clicking on them - some will link to an HTML page with more than one screenshot. Click the title to go to its ZXDB index page on Spectrum Computing. Some of these entries also contain links to extra information on Dr. Jim's BASIC Dumping Ground on the Spectrum Computing forum, or to reviews by the CSSCGC host of that year's competition.