The PC-8800 series, commonly shortened to PC-88, is a brand of Zilog Z80-based 8-bit home computers released by the Nippon Electric Company (NEC) in 1981 and primarily sold in Japan. The PC-8800 series sold extremely well and became one of the three major Japanese home computers of the 1980s, along with the Fujitsu FM-7 and Sharp X1.

Nintendo licensed Hudson Soft to port some of Nintendo's Family Computer games for the system, including Excitebike, Balloon Fight, Tennis, Golf, and most notably Ice Climber.

Ice Climber games

  • Ice Climber (NEC PC-8801)
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