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Blap n Bash Brings New Angles to Classic Breakout Game for Commodore 64

The Commodore 64 is the compute that just won’t die.  Fans won’t let it and personally, I am thankful that they won’t.  It is amazing that new games are constantly being released for this computer, over 30 years after it initially launched.  Not crap either like many of the Nintendo Entertainment Homebrew that I don’t […]

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WCW Backstage Assault Makes Even Hardcore Fans Board on the Nintendo 64 – Today in History – December 12th, 2000

It is no secret that World Championship Wrestling (WCW) had their share of problems.  Lack of a deep locker room was not one of them.  The biggest problem that WCW faced was themselves.  They had no clear vision as to what they wanted to present fans.  The revolving door in the executive lounge was not […]

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5 Homebrew Titles that Push Retro Hardware

While in today’s gaming world it is nothing to see super detailed, hyper animated characters and fluid gameplay. Um, well most of those anyhow. For the rest of us, the ones that grew up on Commodore and Atari and 8-Bit graphics, we just don’t feel welcome in the gaming world of today. This is not […]

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5 New Games Prove the Commodore 64 is Not Dead

The Commodore 64 was officially released in 1982, actually turning 33 years old just last month, and still has new games coming out for it.  Talk about dependable.  Even Commodore themselves kept the computer alive for nearly 12 years before calling in the horses on this one.  That is quite a long time for a […]

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Super Mario 64 to Get New Level Pack from Homebrew Developers

Super Mario 64 was a seminal release, it was one of the last times that a console and a launch title sold 1:1 at launch, and it was an instant classic.  Sure, there were problems with Super Mario 64 but fans were too enamored with the quality of the overall package to be nitpicking little […]

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Take Your Commodore 64 On-Line with Upcoming Wi-Fi Cartridge

The Commodore 64 featured a lifespan that was somewhat unique, especially considering how popular it was (and remains to be).  Particularly, it missed the Internet (as we know it) and it missed “affordable” Wi-Fi options that we enjoy today.  Those things have not stopped independent developers from creating a Wi-Fi cartridge for the little Commodore […]

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1983 Game, Labyrinth of Crete, Fixed by Fans in 2015

When you discuss game hacks most people will think of that one time that they played a hack of Super Mario Bros that had Sonic instead of Mario.  Or they will think of gamers playing illegally obtained copies on a ton of different hardware (Nintendo games on Sony – which almost happened – for instance).  […]

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Five Commodore 64 Homebrew Games That Rock

The Commodore 64 was a gaming computer from the 80’s that just wouldn’t quit.  Initially not intended to be a gaming computer, the fans simply made it one through the openness it offered.  Commodore was not one to shy away from this series of events, though they did continue on their original plan for it […]

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Work on FPGA based Commodore 65 Continues, Early 2016 Release on Schedule

The Commodore 65 was to be a major hardware upgrade to the venerable Commodore 64.  Scheduled to be called the C64DX/C65 and set for an early 90’s launch, Commodore pulled the plug rather abruptly and shelved the unit due to unforeseen rising manufacturing costs and probably due to their own success.  During the period that […]

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Legend of Zelda 3rd Quest Being Developed by Fans

Ah, the classic Nintendo 64 Zelda games were quite interesting, they were the first foray into the 3D realm for the franchise and for many, they were system sellers.  Fans showed enough support for these two 64-Bit games that Nintendo re-released them on the Gamecube (and later the Virtual Console).  Now a group of fans […]

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