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Commodore C64 Game Highlights
Highlights of the Commodore C64 Gaming Period
It is widely credited with assisting to popularize PCs. Where most systems at that time were sold in electronics shops or even in dedicated computer stores, the was sold at general retailers, exposing many to PCs the very first time. C64
It's time to show the best games for the Commodore 64 from that time. Â I've compiled a list of best ever Commodore 64/128 games of that period!
Are you ready for it?
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International Soccer - Did you thought the ball was round?
International Soccer Live Play! - Live Gameplay of Football in 8bit
Jumpman (1983) - One of the first Jump & Run games!
Jumpman is a platform game written by Randy Glover and released by Epyx in 1983.
Archon Chess (1984) - Strategy game with Chess
The struggle between light and darkness is undoubtedly a clichÃ©, but represented brilliantly within this two-dimensional board strategy game.
Pitstop (1983) - Racing OLD SKOOL :)
This video game allows players to race head-to-head on a split screen
This Joystick was Unbreakable!
Space Taxi (1984) - Getting a cab?
The game is famous for featuring sampled speech uncommon during the early 1980s. The speech samples include "Hey taxi!", "Pad one please" (and similar samples for different pads), "Thanks" and "Up please". They're said in a number of voice pitches, creating the feeling of different taxi customers.
Space Taxi Live Gameplay
One of my favorite Commodore 64 games!
Impossible Mission - Yes, it was a Impossible Mission!
Impossible Mission is really a platform video game for several home computers. The initial version for the Commodore 64 was programmed by Dennis Caswell and published by Epyx in 1984
Impossible Mission live Gameplay
Cassette Player C64
Boulder Dash - Classic, Classic, Classic
Originally released in 1984 for Atari 8-bit computers, but made famous on the C64!