They want extra bits of your soul to accept an answer. I could make it up I suppose!
But I'll leave it to someone more enthusiastic.
Now to customise my PCW8256 (which already has a 1.44 3.25" 2nd floppy, extra RAM, dual Serial port and Mouse added by me) into a "netbook" using a separate WiFi to Serial port module. and nintendo / console style wobble stick. It also has franken tilt and swivel base. So seriously lacks value as vintage computing artefact.
I also had a stupidly slow 1 bit scanner attachment that used the printer with ribbon removed.
SuperCalc clone, New-word Wordstar Clone, X25 PAD modem SW, for 1987 email via Telecom Gold gateways to Telex and Bitnet. Spice & DTP, Prolog, Pascal and Modula-2 all on CP/M.
I can't remember there being any games.
I did buy a ZX Spectrum in 1982 possibly as a Test Card Generator.