Here's a vast selection of links to websites and pages concerning CreatiVision
and Laser 2001.
|A tale of Dick Smith's Wizzard
||a must-read article on the "Ausretrogamer" blog,
written by Tasmanian contributor Aaron Clement, dated May 2016.
|Barry Klein's Dick Smith Wizzard
||a small site by Barry Klein, founder of the "Wizzdom"
newsletter which was quite popular in Australia in 1983-1985.
of the good Funvision emulator by Paul Hayter, discontinued since
|Giovanni Ortu's CvEmu2
||homepage of my very good old friend Giovanni, my mate in
the CreatiVEmu team, now author of the brilliant CvEmu2 emulator and
cassette tape-to-text converter for BASIC programs.
|John Pospisil's Dick Smith Wizzard
||a nice information page by my long time friend, John
Pospisil, owner of Dick Smith Wizzard from the very early days.
|Strange (and rare) Videogame Pics
||Fabrizio Pedrazzini's pages with interesting facts and
pictures about Italian CreatiVision releases.
|The Video Game Console Library
||a nice article regarding the rise and fall of
CreatiVision, also featuring several pictures of all models and
|Wikipedia's CreatiVision page
||the online freeware encyclopedia speaks about
OTHER CLASSIC CONSOLES
Here's a vast selection of links to websites and pages concerning classic
gaming systems in general, though featuring CreatiVision-related contents.
||the world's most comprehensive database of Atari classic
console systems, including tons of pictures and reviews.
|Classic Consoles Center
||collector Dieter Koenig's website with a lot of
information, also featuring pictures of most PAL console systems -
|Console Picture Page
||the most comprehensive picture & info catalog for
classic pongs and consoles from the early seventies to the mid
||a great encyclopedia of game machines, available in German
and English, also including CreatiVision.
||the site that showcases the most obscure and really rare
items related to videogaming that eBay may offer.
||a Finnish game enthusiasts museum with loads of pictures
and articles, especially on the Salora Manager peripherals.
||one of the biggest collection of old computers and game
consoles in Finland, also including Salora Manager stuff.