Commodore 64

Commodore 64

Commodore 64

The Commodore 64 (C64) is perhaps the best known 8-bit computing platform ever designed. Within a few short years after its introduction in 1982, the Commodore 64 dominated the low-end computer market, receiving a steady stream of software and peripheral support that lasted through the decade.

The C64’s unprecedented success demonstrated, once and for all, that there was a strong and viable market for inexpensive personal computers that could run the latest videogames. For countless fans of the system, the "Commie" is still the best personal computer ever to grace the living room.

During a 12-year production cycle from 1982 to 1994, Commodore managed to sell over 17 million C64 computers worldwide, and software developers and publishers released over 10,000 commercial programs.

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Commodore 64 Games

Title Rating « Publisher Players Genre US Date Price
Last Ninja 2: Back with a Vengeance Last Ninja 2: Back with a Vengeance 9/10 Commodore Gaming 1 Action 21 Sep 09 500 points
The Last Ninja The Last Ninja 8/10 Commodore Gaming 1 Action 23 Feb 09 500 points
Boulder Dash Boulder Dash 7/10 Commodore Gaming 1 Puzzle 01 Jun 09 500 points
California Games California Games 7/10 Commodore Gaming 8 Sports 06 Jul 09 -
International Karate International Karate 7/10 Commodore Gaming 2 Fighting 23 Feb 09 500 points
Nebulus Nebulus
aka Tower Toppler
7/10 Commodore Gaming 1 Action 04 May 09 500 points
Pitstop II Pitstop II 7/10 Commodore Gaming 2 Racing 23 Feb 09 500 points
Summer Games II Summer Games II 7/10 Commodore Gaming 8 Sports 16 Mar 09 500 points
Cybernoid: The Fighting Machine Cybernoid: The Fighting Machine 6/10 Commodore Gaming 1 Shooter 09 Nov 09 500 points

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