Elektrik Keyboard

The Elektrik Keyboard

The Elektrik Keyboard was a computer and musical instrument store located on North Lincoln Avenue in Chicago, Illinois in the 1970s and 1980s. In the late '70s it added personal computers and MIDI music to its lineup, and began publishing Apple II computer software written by programmer Chris Oberth. The software, advertised in the company's catalog and sold on cassette, largely consisted of games including some that emulated popular arcade titles.

Software

The Elektrik Keyboard published the following titles written by Chris Oberth in 1978 and 1979:

  • 3-D Docking Mission
  • Cycle Jump
  • Dart Room
  • Deflection
  • Demolition Derby
  • Depth Charge
  • Drawing Board
  • Frustration
  • Intercepter
  • Kaleidoscope
  • Moto-Cross
  • Phasor Zap
  • Recall
  • RunAround
  • Speed Racer
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