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  • Commodore 64 - Wikipedia
    The Commodore 64, also known as the C64 or the CBM 64, is an 8-bit home computer introduced in January 1982 by Commodore International (first shown at the Consumer Electronics Show, in Las Vegas, January 7–10, 1982)
  • Lemon - Commodore 64, C64 Games, Reviews Music!
    The source for all Your Commodore 64 Gaming needs Here you will find all the C64 classics, plus a lot of rare games not available anywhere else on the internet
  • C64. COM - To Protect and Preserve
    Welcome to the world of C64 nostalgia Here you will find exclusive material about the Commodore 64 home computer that we all know and love There’s detailed information about current and upcoming C64-related events and past developnments within the scene and game culture in general
  • CCS64 - A Commodore 64 Emulator - By Per Håkan Sundell
    CCS64 is a Commodore 64 Emulator for PC and also in the future other platforms It was developed by me, Per Håkan Sundell, as my Master Thesis at my university in 1995 and have been expanded a lot since then
  • How many Commodore 64 computers were really sold . . .
    Nobody doubts that the C64 was the greatest selling single computer model of all time, it even made it into the Guinness Book of World Records, but nobody quite knows how many it really was: Most sources say 17 million, others say 22 or even 30 million
  • The Bear Essentials: Developing a Commodore 64 game . . .
    Part One: Initialising and moving a sprite I find it absolutely incredible that the Commodore 64 development scene is alive and well Thanks to companies like Psytronik there is still a healthy stream of games arriving on the C64 25 years after I first got my machine in 1990
  • RETRO Innovations - Classic Systems, Contemporary Gear
    RAM expansion was a common topic in the Commodore 64 community in the 1980’s Everyone seemed to need or want more RAM: Soon after the unit arrived in stores, Paul Bosacki published a way to upgrade the unit to 512kB
  • Electronics, Computing and Videogame History - Paleotronic . . .
    After Commodore Founder Jack Tramiel was forced out by his board, he decided, after a brief hiatus, to get revenge Tramiel knew that a 16-bit computer was next on the horizon for Commodore, and he wanted


















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