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1Commodore 64 Empty Commodore 64 on Sat 12 May 2012, 9:47 pm

sloan

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I want one of these for the sole reason that they have an excellent library of games, and I have heard that many of the C64 ports are the best around for that time period. Anyone have a C64 and can offer some insight?

2Commodore 64 Empty Re: Commodore 64 on Fri 29 Jun 2012, 12:49 am

onthinice

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Star Fighter
Star Fighter
I have a Commodore 128 that I mostly use in C64 mode.

I have a lot of disks and only a few carts. Q*Bert on cart is very well done.

Most of the arcade ports are very well done. You really need a fast load cartridge if you use disks.

Castle Wolfenstein and Beyond are really good games. I would also recommend Summer Games I & II, Winter and World Games. Can't forget Mission Impossible.


3Commodore 64 Empty Re: Commodore 64 on Wed 06 Aug 2014, 2:28 pm

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I was raised on friends Commodore 64:s and later got a 128D, which I like onthinice, mostly used in 64 mode. The game library IS excellent and I recommend, to only name a few: (links to gameplay)

The Last Ninja I, II and III
Platoon
Myth
Leaderboard
Barbarian
Commando
Ghosts n´Goblins

Art Studio and Advanced Art Studio is also great fun if you are into graphics. Easy to use.
Among other things, I used to make my own home video text intros using that.
It wowed some people back in the day… Smile 

Art Studio

You should also check out this:
C64 - To Protect and Preserve

4Commodore 64 Empty Re: Commodore 64 on Thu 07 Aug 2014, 9:09 am

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I had friends with C64 computers and not only does it have a good selection of games but most of the games are very well made.


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5Commodore 64 Empty Re: Commodore 64 on Thu 21 Aug 2014, 2:47 pm

onthinice

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Thanks for sharing your thoughts and the links, NumbThumb.

I wasted a lot of time on Leaderboard.

6Commodore 64 Empty Re: Commodore 64 on Mon 24 Feb 2020, 12:25 pm

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Try to find cartridges for it, and save yourself the trouble of the disk drive.  I had a bunch of cartridges at one point, particularly for River Raid and Omega Race.


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