|Things to say...|
SC-3000 Survivors project was born from a song of an Italian interpreter of 80s, the same ages of SEGA SC-3000 was in our houses, fighting against a lot of 8bit computer systems. Here is what we can tell you about what we think about our project...
"We Survivors don't forget who we are and where we come from.
( Francesco, Digimorf head, SC-3000 Survivor founder, IT )
"Finally, a website dedicated to a great, but often overlooked computer, the SEGA SC-3000. This computer has brought about many hours of fun over the years, and with 'SC-3000 Survivors', we hope that the fun will continue for many more years to come.
Come and join us as we delve deeper into the SC-3000's history and see what new gems we can find."
"The construction of this SEGA SC-3000 Survivors site is an excellent achievement in itself but ensuring its on-going maintenance and enhancement is of utmost importance to ensure the digital preservation of all things SEGA SC-3000.
To the best of my knowledge, at the time this was written, there is no other website dedicated purely to the SEGA SC-3000 and our aim is, with the help of other enthusiasts, to provide a complete archive of SC-3000 resources so that another dedicated site is simply not required.
I feel the SEGA SC-3000 has always been one of the most under-appreciated computers ever built and I'm excited to be a part of this project because of its potential to reach so many 8-bit computer enthusiasts, from those with little or no experience of the SC-3000 right through to the addicts such as us, please take a look around and enjoy!"
( Kerrjnr, SC-3000 Survivor founder, NZ )
"I got a SEGA SC-3000 home computer in '84. Due to lack of software availability (at least in Italy), I started to learn programming that became a passion in few months.
"I can still remember the anticipation of waiting for a new game to arrive through the post and the hours spent typing in programs from the latest Sega Magazines on the dodgy rubber keyboard.
( Nick, SC-3000 Survivor co-founder, NZ )
I became interested in programming about 28 years ago and my first home computer was a great SC-3000. In those years there were few games so I started to code to open my mind to the logic... and so on.
Nowadays I'm still coding for job, no more only for fun. I was so excited to discover I'm not an alone survivor of the great SEGA SC-3000 and is an honor for me to contribute with my "old" material about it.
I thank Francesco to bring back to the light old and good memories with the SC-3000.com site/project.