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Commodore / Amiga


The Commodore 64 is an 8-bit home computer introduced by Commodore International in January 1982. Volume production started in the spring of 1982, with machines being released on to the market in August at a price of US $595. Preceded by the Commodore VIC-20 and Commodore MAX Machine, the C64 features 64 kilobytes (65,536 bytes) of memory with sound and graphics performance that were superior to IBM-compatible computers of that time. It is commonly known as the C64 or C=64 (after the graphic logo on the case) and occasionally as the CBM 64 (for Commodore Business Machines), or VIC-64

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Scott Zimmerman  sudz28@hotmail.com  6/9/2002 7:20 PM

The C64 was my first 'real' computer gaming rig - I had literally 100's of games for it and played many of them for months on end!  The first 3 Ultima games took up a lot of my time, as did Lode Runner, M.U.L.E., Archon, Colonial Conquest, and Elite.  Later I played a lot of Pirates! and Red Storm Rising.  It was a great system which, unfortunately, I ended up giving away (along with all the games) to my older brother when I moved to Germany (and he later gave to someone else, etc.)  Needless to say I later go bitten by the C64 bug again, and now have MANY C64 units, along with tape drives and disk drives, and alot of the old games I used to enjoy including some I never had before.  I actually want to get rid of most of the stuff, but I'm definately glad I ran into this 'mother load' when I did!

Kattywampus  nyan_nyan@hotmail.com  4/21/2003 10:11 AM

Hehe, I've got a working C64 and a TI 99/4A sitting behind me, right now.. 
But hey, the C64 is still a beautiful machine.  Awesome in its day.  Its 1541 5 1/2" floppy drive is about 6 times HEAVIER than the machine itself.  If you know how, you can still use the C64(but especially the AMIGA)as a useful tool for General MIDI.  And here's a useless trivia for ya:  Toward the end of C64's reign, a couple of programmers got the hell sued out of 'em for ripping Super Mario Bros. for the NES, and *barely* changing the graphics..(I think it had 'Sisters' in the title) And they sold that game...  Look for it.

Shawn  goshenboy@hotmail.com  on Thursday, May 3, 2001 at 22:08:14 
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I remember playing the Commodore 64 back in the day. I specifically remember 3 games I  used to play constantly. Madness and the Minotaur, which was a cassette game, Bedlam, a cassette game as well, and Dungeons of Daggorith, which was a cartridge. Does anyone have any info on where I can get these? email me at goshenboy@hotmail.com. 
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Tyson  mayorm19@aol.com  on Sunday, February 27, 2000 at 17:02:35 
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The first video games I ever played were on the C64, I can't even remember the names of most of them.  They had a lot of Atari games and such. (Pac Man, Donkey Kong, Pole Position, etc.)  I've still got it  
around here somewhere. 
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Jt august  starsabre@att.net  on Sunday, February 27, 2000 at 00:19:32 
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You have entries for the C=64 and Atari 800 (8-bit) series of computers, but you omit the TI-99/4 and 99/4a series, as well as the TRS-80 and TRS-80 Colour Computer (CoCo) series.  I feel that these two should be included. 
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