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Zaxxon T-shirt - Pay Homage to the 80s Video Game

Zaxxon Game Screen T-shirt
Zaxxon T-shirt at Amazon.com

One of the most visually impressive games to be released in 1982, was the isometric space shooter Zaxxon. It was THE game to own, and I still remember the excitement of seeing the cassette game available for my Atari 800XL, especially as we had a limited choice of games for the machine here in the UK. The XL/XE conversion was particularly fast, which made the game pretty challenging to say the least, and judging your height was hard to master!

So I was delighted to see these newly available Zaxxon T-shirts being sold at Amazon, which will allow us 8 bit fans to celebrate the game in style!

Sadly, the first design here is only available at Amazon's US store, but you can order an alternative design at the UK store. The best range of Zaxxon tees can be found at Teepublic, who ship to the UK. Unfortunately, I can't use their images on this blog, so you'll have to hop over there to see what they look like!

Zaxxon Logo T Shirt
Zaxxon Logo T-shirt at Amazon UK

This logo T-shirt by Ken Kellin on Amazon is available in sizes small to 3XL for adults, and you can choose any colour as long as its black!

You can read more about Zaxxon (with video clips) and screenshots at my website Simplyeighties.com

Zaxxon Tee at 80sfashionclothing.com



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