My family owned a Commodore 64 and as such I remember playing a ton of awesome games on it as well as learning how to program by reading code from included software and magazines. Some of the games I played on it were pretty fun such as Gauntlet, California Games and Nosferatu and remember playing Nosferatu for hours even though I never could kill Dracula. Recently the C64 Mini was released and I didn't pick it up because I wasn't sure how it would turn out but it was recently reviewed by Metal Jesus and seems to be fantastic. The C64 Mini includes a lot of games and some I remember playing but the coolest part is that it includes the ability to program it using C64 Basic and load up other Commodore games! He notes they might release another C64 classic with the old keyboard but until then you have to plug in a USB keyboard to use it fully.

Did you pick up the C64 Mini or is this something you're gonna skip for now?

GregoPeck   Super Member wrote on 11/14/2018 at 10:36pm

My family owned a Commodore 128D before we got our first PC. I started exploring BBSs on it. I'll probably pass on it though. How much does it cost? I remember lots of games, like Little Computer People.

jdodson   Admin   Post Author wrote on 11/15/2018 at 02:36am

Looks like it’s $80.

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