Tuesday, 29 April 2014

Flappy Bird on a Commodore 64

The biggest and most headline-grabbing mobile game of 2014 (so far) has been ported to the legendary Commodore 64!



The story of Flappy Bird: http://mashable.com/2014/02/10/flappy-bird-story/

Download Flappy Bird C64: http://sos.gd/flappy64/


Download/Play SNES Games From SD Card - Super Everdrive Review

How to download and play Super Nintento/Famicom games from the Internet and play them on the original system using an Everdrive flash cart.


You can buy them from Retro Towers: http://www.retrotowers.co.uk/

SD2SNES: http://www.retrotowers.co.uk/sd2snes-cartridge-form

Firmware Download: http://krikzz.com/

ROMS: http://www.emuparadise.me/


Commodore 64 Connects To The Internet! (How to)

How to connect a 1980's Commodore 64 8-Bit computer to the Internet, BBS, IRC, WWW and Warpcopy!



Using the 64NIC+ cartridge: http://www.go4retro.com/products/64nic/

Utilities Disk .d64: http://www.go4retro.com/downloads/64nic+/c64nic.d64

Contiki Software: http://contiki.cbm8bit.com/

Commodore 64 Web Server (running on a C64): http://www.c64web.com

20 Years Since Commodore Went Bust

It's been 20 years since pioneering computer company Commodore International declared bankruptcy on April 29th 1994 - but what were they planning on releasing next?  What were their plans for the Amiga product-line and which project lay unfinished in their labs?

In this video I also share my memories of Commodore as a life-long fan.

So long Commodore - and thanks for all the Amigas :)


Dave Haynie's Deathbed Vigil (clip used with permission) can be purchased here

Commodore: A Company On The Edge book

The Future Was Here: The Commodore Amiga book