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The Commodore 64 was an 8-bit home computer introduced in January 1982 by Commodore International and was an instant hit in the States when it went on sale that August.
Byline: DAN SILVER SPY VS SPY (9+) iPad/iPhone Out now THE hugely successful Commodore 64 console was released 30 years ago.
Having been spoiled by sprawling open-worlders, playing The Eternity Clock reminded me of Mission Impossible on the Commodore 64.
Or, if they did, it was an old Commodore 64, locked inside a damp community centre, gathering dust since village elders proclaimed Daley Thompson's Decathlon as "sinful" for its excessive joystick waggling.
LaserCat's influences are from the golden era of home computing, when the ZX Spectrum and Commodore 64 ruled the roost.
The 8-bit Commodore 64, developed by Commodore International, plugged directly into a television.
19 ASIN: N/A COMMODORE 64 retro gamers rejoice, here''s a title that combines new technology with old-school graphics and gaming values.
The UK has fallen behind in recent years in computing expertise which has angered many who remembered the country as the birthplace of the modern computing revolution where programmers were sat in every front room and bedroom on their Sinclair Spectrum, BBC Micros or Commodore 64 only thirty years ago.