/* Impact on French market */
=Impact on French market=
Thomson computers were
know to have been used in some "common developpments" and ports for Amstrad CPC games.
As later MO6/TO8 models did include Video mode similar to Amstrad CPC's ones, in addition to a 16 colours character attributed mode (like on MSX1 or Spectrum...more like the MSX1 though...) and a 4096 colour palette.
Also those later models included more RAM than Amstrad's 8 bit computers.
But those computers were lacking a decent sound chip as it was shipped with only a beeper. Thomson said more decent sound system would be included into
cartridge, but they would never be available.
Even the AY seems like a Sid in comparison.
The fact was that the Amstrad CPC was more well rounded machine, far cheaper and had a fully compatible range while MO6 wasn't even compatible with TO8 (nor MO5 with TO7).
=Exemples of games co-developped on Thomson and CPC=