1. Subscribersonhouse
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    07 Oct '10 15:17
    http://www.gizmag.com/updated-commodore-64/16156/

    I'm Baaaack!

    I used to work there, they were made in a town north of Philly. Not sure where these new ones are coming from, probably Indonesia or Taiwan.
  2. SubscriberAThousandYoung
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    07 Oct '10 17:44
    10 PRINT "C64 ftw"
    20 GOTO 10
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    07 Oct '10 19:47
    Originally posted by sonhouse
    http://www.gizmag.com/updated-commodore-64/16156/

    I'm Baaaack!

    I used to work there, they were made in a town north of Philly. Not sure where these new ones are coming from, probably Indonesia or Taiwan.
    C64? Bah! Games toy... All real computer lovers had a Speccy.

    Richard
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    07 Oct '10 21:24
    Originally posted by sonhouse
    http://www.gizmag.com/updated-commodore-64/16156/

    I'm Baaaack!

    I used to work there, they were made in a town north of Philly. Not sure where these new ones are coming from, probably Indonesia or Taiwan.
    googled this C64 emulator.

    http://www.viceteam.org/#vice
  5. Standard memberAgerg
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    07 Oct '10 23:221 edit
    Originally posted by Shallow Blue
    C64? Bah! Games toy... All real computer lovers had a Speccy.

    Richard
    I had a zx spectrum +2 (though my first experience of the spectrum was on the older zx...chucky egg!!!)

    Sorry but megadrives is where it's at..."Altered Beast" ftw!
  6. silicon valley
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    09 Oct '10 00:44
    Originally posted by Agerg
    I had a zx spectrum +2 (though my first experience of the spectrum was on the older zx...chucky egg!!!)

    Sorry but megadrives is where it's at..."Altered Beast" ftw!
    you can get a handheld unit that plugs into your TV and lets you play Altered Beast. for around $12-$20. my kids have it but it was a gift so i don't know where it came from.
  7. Standard memberuzless
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    11 Oct '10 17:31
    Originally posted by sonhouse
    http://www.gizmag.com/updated-commodore-64/16156/

    I'm Baaaack!

    I used to work there, they were made in a town north of Philly. Not sure where these new ones are coming from, probably Indonesia or Taiwan.
    load"*",8,1
    list
    load"trackandfield",8
    run
  8. SubscriberAThousandYoung
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    11 Oct '10 20:50
    Originally posted by uzless
    load"*",8,1
    list
    load"trackandfield",8
    run
    OMG I can't believe I forgot that. You didn't need the ,1...what did the ,1 do again? And the asterisk? Asterisk was a folder, right, and the 1 was the first program on the list if I remember correctly...
  9. Cape Town
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    12 Oct '10 08:16
    Originally posted by sonhouse
    http://www.gizmag.com/updated-commodore-64/16156/

    I'm Baaaack!
    It is of course just a modern computer with a case that looks like the old commodore 64.

    What I would prefer is a rack of vacuum tubes with a program to do various interesting patterns.
    It could just look busy or thoughtful from time to time, and very rarely display an picture, or letters.
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    13 Oct '10 13:13
    Originally posted by Shallow Blue
    C64? Bah! Games toy... All real computer lovers had a Speccy.

    Richard
    Sorry, I preferred a proper keyboard (and one where the keys didn't fall out if you held it upside down). I had a BBC 🙂.
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