Summary: In it's heyday the European based Commodore 64 was the king of personal computers in the United States. It had 64k memory only, which is unbelievable (some calculators have more memory now) considering how much quality programming was produced for it.
Summary: I bought my first Commodore in 1979 and still have it. I had lots of neat games that I played on it that I still like. I wish I could figure out a way to transfer the games to my present computer. It was amazing what the developers could do with 39k free space of RAM.
Summary: The predecessor to the brilliant Amiga was definitely one of the greatest machines in history. It's games may have taken ages to load, but face it, they were DAMN ADDICTIVE! The games of today may be graphical masterpeices, but most of them just lose their appeal within a few hours of play.
Summary: I very rarely write reviews, but I couldn't sit idly by and watch this MAJOR milestone of gaming history languish here with 1 star. It's an affrontment to it's legacy. Without such machines as this, computer gaming wouldn't have got to where it is today.
Summary: I bought one of these for my collection as my dad had one back in the day. We used to play Leader Board Golf quite a bit as it was one of the few games my mum could get to grips with. The bread bin C64 as this shape is referred to is in my opinion the only computer which is a C64.
Summary: The ultimate 8 bit computer - possibly , the best 8 bit ? maybe. The c64 is the best selling computer in the world. If your a retro geek or a grown up kid you will know of this king of all 8 bit computers.
Summary: I go a C64 for Christmas when I was 12 and soon I got fat and stayed in the house playing games. I'm over 40 now and things haven't changed much. Its hard to imagine that I spent so much of my teenage years sitting happily in front of 1 of these.