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XRGB-mini: C64 s-video image comparison (Reloaded/real C64).
 
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This video is made for Clinton Hogan, who wanted to see the difference in picture quality between the Reloaded motherboard and a real C64, when putting the signal through the XRGB-mini upscaler. Regarding the faint vertical stripes on the 250469 - here is a picture, that shows it a little better: http://i750.photobucket.com/albums/xx142/thrash775/shared/stripes.png
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C64 Reloaded. The new Commodore 64 motherboard.
 
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About the S-VIDEO port.. I say "super video" many times in the video. This term is incorrect. I've since learned, it's "separate video". So.. I know it. ;-) EDIT July 14th 2017: There is now an improved version of this board, which is available as of august 2017: https://icomp.de/shop-icomp/en/produkt-details/product/c64-reloaded-mk2.html An alternative to this motherboard, is this new project. An FPGA based solution: http://1541ultimate.net/content/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=74 -- Yes, it was a BAD idea to cut into the case, and I really regret it. I should have cut into the plug instead. Sad, but what's done is done. Moving on. In this video, I unbox the C64 Reloaded board. I also set it up, test it and compare picture quality with a normal C64. This motherboard is conceived, produced and sold by Individual Computers (Jens Schönfeld). This is great hardware! Links: https://icomp.de/shop-icomp/en/shop/product/c64-reloaded.html http://wiki.icomp.de/wiki/C64_reloaded http://www.lemon64.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=51767
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Amiga 1200 Scoopex case. Part 1 - Unboxing and setup.
 
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In this video I unbox and set up my new Amiga 1200 case. It's a Scoopex limited edition case, with a unique color combination and case badge. Build quality is good, and it looks sweet! All in all, I'm happy with it. While this case was part of the initial kickstarter campaign, more Amiga cases will be produced, and will be available for purchase in late 2017 (if it all goes as they planned). Oh, a nice detail is, the plastic on these new cases are UV resistant. No more yellowing! Informtion here: https://www.a1200.net/ A few YouTube channels I like: MsMadLemon: http://youtube.com/c/msmadlemon Jan Beta: http://youtube.com/c/janbeta Dan Wood: http://www.youtube.com/user/techguruuk Hellfire64: http://www.youtube.com/c/hellfire64 The Highlander: http://www.youtube.com/user/wbovela Holtzweg: http://www.youtube.com/user/Holtzweg Music: 'The Tox v2' by Ronny Nordeide (Mr. Man). Used in the demo 'Multica' by Andromeda. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Zhy5bMtkLs http://se2a1.bigbox.info/soamc/index.php?av=0&sb=SOAMC&ss=tox+v2&did=1&#did
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SwinSID Ultimate for Commodore 64. Demonstration video.
 
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Note: My SSU is an early model. The current hardware revision of the SSU has an improved layout. The placement of the LED's is much better! Compatibility has improved as well. See Facebook link below for more info. This is about the SwinSID Ultimate device, which is meant as a replacement for the real SID sound chip in the Commodore 64. I will mostly be showing stuff that works. But since the SSU isn't perfect, I will also be showing stuff that does not work. All this is according to MY ears, so we may not agree on all the audial details. Some of you may have better SID ears. ;-) The SSU can be configured through software directly on the C64, so I will be demonstrating that as well. No emulators were used in the making of this video. :) SwinSID Ultimate article: https://ilesj.wordpress.com/2016/04/24/swinsid-ultimate/ SwinSID Ultimate on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/swinsidultimate/ SwinSID Ultimate Configurator tool: http://csdb.dk/release/?id=149816 The video is somewhat lengthy. So here are some time links for your convenience: 2:40 - Configurator tool 5:34 - Arkanoid (working) 6:50 - Hawkeye (working) 7:50 - Flash Gordon (working) 9:01 - The Last V8 (working) 10:22 - Rambo - First Blood Part II (working) 12:01 - Impossible Mission (working) 12:16 - Ghostbusters (working) 14:03 - The Last Ninja - The Dungeons (working) 15:11 - Legend of Kage (NOT working) 16:01 - Edge of Disgrace (NOT working) 16:59 - Miami Vice (NOT working) 18:04 - Rocket Smash EX (working) 18:59 - Cobra (working)
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Commodore 64 SID switch mod.
 
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Sorry for the unsteady camera work.. :-/ This is me making a SID switching hardware mod on my Commodore 64. I am NOT a hardcore electronics nerd - I only know basic stuff. In fact, I had to research how switches worked, before making this. But it's exciting to learn new stuff. The DualSID homepage is here: http://bit.ly/1dOzDT6
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Setting up the "SIDfx" dual SID device, for the Commodore 64.
 
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All you need to know about the SIDfx is on their web page, here: http://www.sidfx.dk/ All right, story time: I have been wanting to do a proper dual SID setup for a long while. In one of my earlier setups, I used a DualSID device (no longer available) to do a SID switching mod, so I could choose between the two chips (https://youtu.be/WEun6U53TLU). Stereo did not interest me at that point. After I got the C64 Reloaded motherboard, I never carried that mod over. A few years passed. Then MsMadLemon made a stereo SID solution for her C64 (https://youtu.be/WqlpyVzvgyk), and I got more interested. I had what I needed. I could use the DualSID device from my old machine to make my own stereo SID solution. Time passed, and I never got around to it. My "laziness" was a blessing in disguise, because suddenly I got a mail from the SIDfx team. The SIDfx is currently the best solution for a dual SID setup. The first time they did a production run, I could not afford one. So I signed up for it, in case they ever did a second run. The mail said they were pretty much able to ship, as soon as payment was done. My cash flow situation was not the best ever, but I paid within minutes. It arrived a few days later. This happened so fast. Now there was no excuse - do the Stereo SID setup! I should mention, there is currently an equally interesting dual SID solution, called MixSID. Check it here: http://henning-bekel.de/mixsid/ -- A few of the channels I like: MsMadLemon: http://youtube.com/msmadlemon Jan Beta: http://youtube.com/janbeta Dan Wood: http://www.youtube.com/user/techguruuk Hellfire64: http://www.youtube.com/hellfire64 The Highlander: http://www.youtube.com/user/wbovela Holtzweg: http://www.youtube.com/user/Holtzweg
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XRGB-mini upscaler guide for the Commodore 64.
 
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This video is an overview and a Commodore 64 setup guide, for the Micomsoft XRGB-mini Framemeister upscaler unit. This hardware is not cheap, but does an extremely good job at upscaling the analogue low-res picture from the C64, to a modern digital picture (720p/1080p). If you are picky about picture quality (and have a bunch of money lying around), I highly recommend buying this. To quote Ferris Bueller: "If you have the means, I highly recommend picking one up." :) NOTE: In order to see the "scrolltext skipping" I'm talking about (at 17:26) you have to watch the video on a 60hz screen, and play the YouTube video at either 1080p60 or 720p60 HD. And even then, it's not 100% sure the video will play smoothly enough for you to spot it. Oh, and I have no idea about how this works on all the portable phones and tablets. So just trust me on what I'm saying. Just leave SYNC_MODE on AUTO! ;) In order to get s-video from a C64, you need a special S-VIDEO cable. Just google it, or search eBay for "c64 s-video". If you have the C64 Reloaded motherboard, you just need a regular male-to-male s-video cable. The RGB SCART adapter cable I show in the video is NOT necessary for the C64, and it's NOT in the box. I bought it at Retro Gaming Cables. See links below. There IS a SCART cable in the box, but DO NOT use that in Europe! It is meant for the japanese market, and has different pinouts! At worst, you can damage the unit and/or the source! Video sections: 00:16 - Overview 07:17 - Updating firmware 09:07 - C64 setup guide 15:41 - Zoom setup guide 17:26 - V-LOCK info Quick C64 Framemeister settings for firmware v2.00a.: HDMI_OUTPUT: 1080_50p IMAGE_MODE: GAME_2 COLOR_SET BLACK: 1 SHARPNESS: 1 VISUAL_SET H_WIDTH: 34 AUTO_SCALER: OFF H_SCALER: 11 ZOOM_SET ZOOM: ON ZOOM_SIZE: 77 ZOOM_H_POS: 47 ZOOM_V_POS: 42 Leave everything else at default. To see how the XRGB-mini handles interlace from the C64, check here: https://youtu.be/t-4c_R4CUIk Links: http://junkerhq.net/xrgb/index.php/XRGB-mini_FRAMEMEISTER http://retrogaming.hazard-city.de/framemeister.html http://shmups.system11.org/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=33450 https://www.reddit.com/r/gamecollecting/comments/29ks8o/xrgb_mini_for_dummies_hooking_up_old_consoles_to/ https://www.retrogamingcables.co.uk/micomsoft-xrgb -- Intro & end music by DST. http://www.nosoapradio.us/
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6581R3 SID temperatures in different motherboards.
 
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I compare the temperature of a 6581R3 SID chip in 3 different C64 motherboards - one of them being the new Reloaded board. The outcome is quite interesting. The temperature in the 250469 board MIGHT be slightly inaccurate, du to the proximity of the 8580 on the DualSID board. Addendum, July 11th, 2015: Inspired by 'bwack' (see comments), I have now done a new test. I'm not making a video of it, though. This time, I have run each machine for one hour, then measured the room temperature plus the SID (within few seconds of each other). Furthermore, in the C64C machine where I have the DualSID device, I have removed the neighboring 8580, so that chips temperature will not interfere. My findings: 250425 (breadbin): Room: 24,2 - SID: 48,6 250469 (flat): Room: 24,6 - SID: 48,2 Reloaded: Room: 23,6 - SID: 43,0 So, the Reloaded still "wins", but not by as much as before. Perhaps the room temperature made a big difference in the earlier test? Anyway, there you go. :) -- End music by DST. http://www.nosoapradio.us/
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CC64 playing "Choplifter" (1982). Game #119.
 
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Choplifter! Originally made by Dan Gorlin for the Apple II. Oh, this is a great game! You're a helicopter pilot, and your mission is to fly out and bring hostages back to your home base. I always loved how the heli controls felt. I could do without the enemy jet planes, but I guess the game would be too easy without them. All is forgiven.. :) Game links: http://csdb.dk/release/?id=40667 http://www.gamebase64.com/game.php?id=1459 http://www.lemon64.com/games/details.php?ID=477 -- Intro music: 'Sad Past' by Silent Partner End music: 'Dub Hub' by Jimmy Fontanez
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Unboxing disk version of "Rescuing Orc" for Commodore 64.
 
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"Rescuing Orc" is a new single player adventure game for Commodore 64. The game itself is free, and can be downloaded here: https://www.usebox.net/jjm/rescuing-orc/ Collector's Editions of the game are available to buy, on both disk and cartridge. It can be purchased here: https://www.polyplay.xyz/navi.php?qs=rescuing+orc My gameplay video of this game: https://youtu.be/VulnKMGcBmY A few YouTube channels I like: MsMadLemon: http://youtube.com/c/msmadlemon Jan Beta: http://youtube.com/c/janbeta Dan Wood: http://www.youtube.com/user/techguruuk Hellfire64: http://www.youtube.com/c/hellfire64 The Highlander: http://www.youtube.com/user/wbovela Holtzweg: http://www.youtube.com/user/Holtzweg
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Changing C64C case, from white to transparent.
 
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I have long thought about changing my C64C case. Now I have done it, and I thought I would share it in a short video. The transparent case has been sitting on a shelf for months. So it's about time I made use of it! :-) I got these cases from Dallas Moore's popular kickstarter campaign, back in March 2015. -- Music: 'Zoom' by Vibe Tracks Intro music: 'Sad Past' by Silent Partner End music: 'Dub Hub' by Jimmy Fontanez
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Commodore 128 unboxing.
 
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Ordered myself a Commodore 128. :) I've been wanting one of these for many years!! Alas, it arrived damaged. :/ I wonder if I can find a spares of those blue pieces..
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C64 interlace on XRGB-mini upscaler
 
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This quick video is for 'zbychZR', who wanted to know how the XRGB-mini upscaler handled interlaced content on the C64.
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Amiga 500 - A Quick Overview
 
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Originally released on my former Amiga channel on April 29, 2016. I do not have deep knowledge on the Amiga, but I know a little. Here I attempt to explain a bit about the ports, custom chips and RAM on the Amiga 500. This is an ECS macine (Fat Agnus) with Kickstart 1.3 and 512kb of slow (fake fast?) RAM. It's the most common Amiga 500 configuration. Very compatible. Links: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amiga_500 http://amiga.resource.cx/mod/a500.html http://www.oldcomputers.net/amiga500.html http://www.old-computers.com/museum/computer.asp?c=65 -- Music: 'Hard Feelings' by Raphael Gesqua (http://www.raphaelgesqua.free.fr)
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Showing you all my Commodore 64 stuff.
 
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Here, I have collected all of my Commodore 64 stuff on my dining table. I go through all of it, while commenting on everything. The video is pretty long (42 mins.), but hopefully somewhat entertaining for you. Thoughts? Questions? Drop a comment! Important info: Unfortunately, the C64 Reloaded motherboard is no longer being produced. You will have to try something like eBay, if you really want it. :-/ --- Time Jumps: --- 1:30 - Old breadbin (250425) 3:43 - C64C. Snapcase. (250469) 4:38 - DualSID 5:43 - DualSID switch 4:54 - Heatsinks (Ray Carlsen) 6:12 - New breadbin (250469) 7:31 - C64 Reloaded in C64C case 11:26 - PSU for C64/C128 (Ray Carlsen) 12:14 - White C64C case 12:35 - Video/Audio cables 14:48 - XRGB-mini "Framemeister" upscaler 15:59 - 1541 Ultimate II 17:02 - 1541 Ultimate 18:06 - MMC Replay 19:11 - Cheap upscaler 20:46 - Turbo Chameleon 64 24:17 - Cassiopei (tape emulator) 25:28 - LumaFix64 26:05 - SwinSID Ultimate 27:53 - Wico Bat Handle joystick 28:47 - C1530 datassette 29:50 - C1541 floppy disk drive 30:40 - Floppy disks.. 31:27 - Games 35:33 - Retro Gamer magazines 36:13 - Commodore 64 manual 36:56 - Commodore 64 Games Book 37:40 - Cloanto's C64 Forever 38:11 - Commodore 64: A Visual Compendium 39:59 - From Bedrooms to Billions - Blu-ray 41:09 - H.E.R.O. made from toy beads --- Links: --- VSP bug: http://www.lemon64.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=48352 Ray Carlsen's homepage: http://personalpages.tds.net/~rcarlsen/ DualSID - SID switch mod: https://youtu.be/WEun6U53TLU Attaching heatsinks on a Commodore 16: https://youtu.be/2VaU4kzNXgA XRGB-mini "Framemeister" upscaler: https://youtu.be/7cNk4FQ7aWQ C64 Reloaded (no longer produced): https://youtu.be/_JnNAAQAXUE Knight 'n' Grail unboxing: https://youtu.be/TQOs9zedNMc SkateRock gameplay: https://youtu.be/Bs3oIbeya3E Rocket Smash EX gameplay: https://youtu.be/IOvuWniUEvg Guns 'n' Ghosts gameplay: https://youtu.be/B6CpTVS5kRg The Highlander's channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbMVWZfNUnUKhCbxVdrDEXg -- Intro music: 'Sad Past' by Silent Partner End music: 'Dub Hub' by Jimmy Fontanez
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CC64 playing "Gordian Tomb" (1990). Game #022.
 
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This is a very atmospheric multi-screen adventure platformer. I think you have to collect 8 items in a special order, and use them for something. The game is of high quality. I will definitely return to it later. Game links: http://www.gamebase64.com/game.php?id=3226 http://www.lemon64.com/games/details.php?ID=1075 Rocky Memphis (PC game): http://rocky.ovine.net/ - (official site - dead?) https://archive.org/details/rocky_201506 There should also be a Mac version of Rocky Memphis. But the official site is down (as of 26-07-15), and I cannot find it elsewhere. If anyone out there can find it, please drop me a private message here on YouTube. -- Intro & end music by DST. http://www.nosoapradio.us/
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CC64 playing "BC's Quest for Tires" (1983). Game #078.
 
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I really like this game. It's simple and fun. I'm not entirely sure, but I don't think I completed the game as a child. So that changed now.. :) Anyway, the plot.. Yeah, you have to rescue your woman.. :) Game links: http://csdb.dk/release/?id=10572 http://www.gamebase64.com/game.php?id=696 http://www.lemon64.com/games/details.php?ID=245 -- Intro music: 'Sad Past' by Silent Partner End music: 'Dub Hub' by Jimmy Fontanez
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CC64 playing "Deceptor" (1986). Game #047.
 
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I see this game is generally well liked in the C64 community. I may just be an old unappreciative fart, but I disagree. It didn't appeal to me. I did not like the transformation sequence, because it appeared EVERY TIME you changed form, which you do often. I admit, it didn't occur to me to check if there was an option to disable it (I checked now - there is). I edited most of them out (around 50). Oh, and you had to press fire to continue, every time you died. That was a little annoying as well. And the music sounded VERY strange to me. Not loving that. Granted, I only played this for about half an hour in total, so perhaps this game needs to grow on me. I may return to it sometime. Game links: http://csdb.dk/release/?id=117679 http://www.gamebase64.com/game.php?id=8946 http://www.lemon64.com/games/details.php?ID=655 -- Intro & end music by DST. http://www.nosoapradio.us/
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Amiga 1200 Scoopex case. Part 2 - Borrowing CDTV keys.
 
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I like my new A1200 case, but the original keys bother my eyes a bit. I will get darker Scoopex themed keys at some point, but there is no saying how long that will take, as the production team has issues with the molds. My guess is, it will be at least a few months or half a year (today is August 10, 2017). But I'd really like some darker keys meanwhile, and luckily I was able to remedy that. Informtion on the new A1200 cases & keycaps here: https://www.a1200.net/ A few YouTube channels I like: MsMadLemon: http://youtube.com/c/msmadlemon Jan Beta: http://youtube.com/c/janbeta Dan Wood: http://www.youtube.com/user/techguruuk Hellfire64: http://www.youtube.com/c/hellfire64 The Highlander: http://www.youtube.com/user/wbovela Holtzweg: http://www.youtube.com/user/Holtzweg Music modules used: 'Excalibur Outrun' by Rainer Nilsen (Brainbug / Alcatraz) 'tag.theme' by Nicklas Schmidt (Unison / Impact DK) '1989-a number' by Eike Steffen (Romeo Knight / Red Sector Inc.) 'endtheme2-diablo' by René Bidstrup (Diablo / Budbrain)
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Let's play "Rescuing Orc" (2017). C64 game #131.
 
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You are an elf, and you are friends with Orc, who is an orc. Your friend did not show up for tea as he used to, so something must have happened to him. Your quest is to find your friend, Orc. Rescuing Orc is a new C64 game made by Juan Martinez. Released in august 2017. It is a multi screen platformer with puzzle elements. The game is of high quality, with great graphics and sound. Highly recommended! The game itself is free, and can be downloaded here: https://www.usebox.net/jjm/rescuing-orc/ Collector's Editions of the game are available to buy, on both disk and cartridge. It can be purchased here: https://www.polyplay.xyz/navi.php?qs=rescuing+orc My unboxing video of this game: https://youtu.be/6vE_vANT3p8 A few YouTube channels I like: MsMadLemon: http://youtube.com/c/msmadlemon Jan Beta: http://youtube.com/c/janbeta Dan Wood: http://www.youtube.com/user/techguruuk Hellfire64: http://www.youtube.com/c/hellfire64 The Highlander: http://www.youtube.com/user/wbovela Holtzweg: http://www.youtube.com/user/Holtzweg -- Intro music: 'Sad Past' by Silent Partner End music: 'Dub Hub' by Jimmy Fontanez
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CC64 playing "Bagitman" (1984). Game #094.
 
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You are a robber in some type of mine, and you have to collect money bags. There are a bunch of cops after you. You can not kill the cops, but you can put them out of commision for a while in hilarious ways. It's not the brightest cops either, because sometimes they hurt themselves. This game is great fun! But still.. It seems to have its fair share of bugs.. Game links: http://csdb.dk/release/?id=53641 http://www.gamebase64.com/game.php?id=559 http://www.lemon64.com/games/details.php?ID=198 -- Intro music: 'Sad Past' by Silent Partner End music: 'Dub Hub' by Jimmy Fontanez
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CC64 playing "Rocket Smash EX" (2015). Game #098.
 
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Rocket Smash EX is an enhanced version of Rocket Smash. The game is basically the same as the Spectrum game "Jetpac", except for the addition of oxygen. Your job is to assemble and refuel your spaceship, while defending yourself against all kinds of weird aliens on the different planets. The game is of very high quality. Great gfx and sound - both sfx and music! And as far as I can tell, the game is bug free. Buy game here!: http://www.psytronik.net/newsite/index.php/c64/59-rocketsmash Game links: http://csdb.dk/release/?id=141086 http://www.gamebase64.com/game.php?id=25863 -- Intro music: 'Sad Past' by Silent Partner End music: 'Dub Hub' by Jimmy Fontanez
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CC64 playing "Radar Rat Race" (1982). Game #118.
 
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This was one of my many games as a child. You're a hungry mouse in a maze. While you look for cheese to eat, you are chased by rats. Your enemies are rats and cats. The cats are positioned at random places in the maze, and are not moving. But the rats are chasing you down. You can temporarily immobilize the rats, but putting out some kind of magic dust. But the dust eats the remaining time. When all cheese is eaten, you proceed in the game. Playability is decent, but technically the game is not great. Movement is jerky and sound is monotone and, frankly, pretty annoying. Game links: http://csdb.dk/release/?id=89416 http://www.gamebase64.com/game.php?id=6161 http://www.lemon64.com/games/details.php?ID=2068 -- Intro music: 'Sad Past' by Silent Partner End music: 'Dub Hub' by Jimmy Fontanez
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Let's play "Planet Golf" (2017). C64 game #129.
 
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A golfing game.. Yawn? No! The year is 38911 (ring a bell?), and we have conquered our own solar system to such a degree, that we can safely go anywhere on any planet. So of course you wanna be golfing out there! There are 99 screens on 5 different planets. There are obstacles, such as meteors and martians. There are helpful contraptions, such as conveyor belts and portals. The game has that cozy mini-golf feel to it. The game is extremely well made! You got hi-res graphics, achievements, unique music for each planet and the soundfx is out of this world! You know, for a SID.. ;) Buy the game (download and physical): http://bit.ly/PlanetGolfDP A few YouTube channels I like: MsMadLemon: http://youtube.com/c/msmadlemon Jan Beta: http://youtube.com/c/janbeta Dan Wood: http://www.youtube.com/user/techguruuk Hellfire64: http://www.youtube.com/c/hellfire64 The Highlander: http://www.youtube.com/user/wbovela Holtzweg: http://www.youtube.com/user/Holtzweg -- Intro music: 'Sad Past' by Silent Partner End music: 'Dub Hub' by Jimmy Fontanez
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CC64 playing "Spaceman Splorf" (2016). Game #084.
 
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A very new C64 game. Spaceman Splorf. It's very easy to learn (single button control) but pretty hard to master. The control feels great, and the graphics and sound is spectacular. I love the fact, that people still create games for this wonderful machine! Game on! Game is made by Andreas Gustafsson & Vanja Utne. Game links: http://pondsoft.uk http://csdb.dk/release/?id=145505 As of 28th february, NOT YET on these sites: http://www.gamebase64.com/game.php?id=???? http://www.lemon64.com/games/details.php?ID=???? -- Intro music: 'Sad Past' by Silent Partner End music: 'Dub Hub' by Jimmy Fontanez
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CC64 playing "Blue Thunder" (1984). Game #035.
 
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I often played this game back in my childhood. A simple "choplifter like" game. It entertains well, despite the primitive graphics and sound. It's an indeering game, I think. :) Game links: http://csdb.dk/release/?id=19192 http://www.gamebase64.com/game.php?id=897 http://www.lemon64.com/games/details.php?ID=313 -- Intro & end music by DST. http://www.nosoapradio.us/
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Arkanoid for Commodore 64 played on the SwinSID Ultimate.
 
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This is the full length Arkanoid title music played on the SwinSID Ultimate. Enjoy. I used part of this in the 'SwinSID Ultimate demonstration' video, which you can watch here: https://youtu.be/xw0G2m71rVQ
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Amiga 500 real/emulated drive switch mod. Part 1 of 2.
 
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Music credits below. In this project, my goal is to have both a floppy drive emulator (HxC) and the physical drive inside the case, with the ability to switch between them. On the one hand, I like the idea of having hundreds of disks ready at all times. On the other hand, I also like the idea of having full compatibility, and be able to run original copy protected disks. Neither drive can provide all of this on their own. So why not put my hands together? This is gonna be in two parts. In the first part (this video), I hook up the switch to see if my mess will actually work. :o) In the second part, I hook up the buttons and mount everything in the case. Watch Part 2 here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FKPWBNfTh0c Thankfully, I was not the only one who had this idea. If I was, I doubt I would have figured out how to execute it. On this site, I learned the magic of pin 10: https://www.ikod.se/amiga-1200-gotek/ Music used: "We're the Devils" By Walkman (Tor Bernhard Gausen) "Space2 Endtheme" Arranged by Daxx Original by Bit Arts (Norbert Röcher) "3D Demo Tune" Arranged by Spiral Original by Mad Freak (Martin Schiøler) "Enigma" By Firefox (Jimmy Fredriksson) "Hero Quest" Arranged by PTY Original by Barry Leitch A few of the channels I like: MsMadLemon: http://youtube.com/msmadlemon Jan Beta: http://youtube.com/janbeta Holtzweg: http://www.youtube.com/user/Holtzweg Dan Wood: http://www.youtube.com/user/techguruuk Hellfire64: http://www.youtube.com/hellfire64 The Highlander: http://www.youtube.com/user/wbovela
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CC64 playing "The Last Ninja" (1987). Game #100.
 
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Yay, gameplay video #100! This is The Last Ninja, which needs no further introduction. I know this game well. So for once, you can consider this video a walkthrough and guide. I hope you enjoy it. In some parts of the video, the game-music volume is a bit high, relative to my speech volume. Since those two are in the same audio track, I can not correct that. My apologies. :-( Time jumps: 0:51 - L1 - The Wastelands (loading) 6:06 - L1 - The Wastelands (gameplay) 13:07 - L2 - The Wilderness (loading) 16:09 - L2 - The Wilderness (gameplay) 23:32 - L3 - Palace Gardens (loading) 26:31 - L3 - Palace Gardens (gameplay) 32:09 - L4 - The Dungeons (loading) 35:09 - L4 - The Dungeons (gameplay) 40:52 - L5 - The Palace (loading) 43:55 - L5 - The Palace (gameplay) 47:16 - L6 - The Inner Sanctum (loading) 50:20 - L6 - The Inner Sanctum (gameplay) Game links: http://csdb.dk/release/?id=141935 http://www.gamebase64.com/game.php?id=4284 http://www.lemon64.com/games/details.php?ID=1488 https://www.c64-wiki.com/index.php/The_Last_Ninja http://heechee.net/c64/ninja/main.php -- Intro music: 'Sad Past' by Silent Partner End music: 'Dub Hub' by Jimmy Fontanez
Views: 893 Casual Commodore
CC64 playing "Motor Mania" (1982). Game #081.
 
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A nice and relaxing vertical scrolling driving game. Difficulty is not too hard, so it's just my kind of game. :) Game links: http://csdb.dk/release/?id=40894 http://www.gamebase64.com/game.php?id=5020 http://www.lemon64.com/games/details.php?ID=1723 -- Intro music: 'Sad Past' by Silent Partner End music: 'Dub Hub' by Jimmy Fontanez
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CC64 playing "Friday the 13th" (1986). Game #045.
 
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Ah, the dear Mr. Voorhees. How I've missed him so (movie wise).. The plot of this game is simple. Find and kill Jason, before he finds you. And try to do it before he kills too many of your friends.. Game links: http://csdb.dk/release/?id=39872 http://www.gamebase64.com/game.php?id=2943 http://www.lemon64.com/games/details.php?ID=982 -- Intro & end music by DST. http://www.nosoapradio.us/
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Let's play "Colorado" (1990). Amiga game #005.
 
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Originally released on my former Amiga channel on June 12, 2017. This is an early Amiga game, and it shows. Controls feel a bit sluggish, movements are on the slow side, and animations are rough. Still, the game has charm, good atmosphere and good humor. It's still enjoyable to play, I think. Game links: http://hol.abime.net/3063 http://www.lemonamiga.com/?game_id=1555 Should you wish to visit my other channels: Casual Commodore 64: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaLVt72iV2QaYlYSYRfJFkg Casual Retro Computing: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGj2QTtG0C1DdUATCCfXY5Q -- Intro music: 'Spellbound' by Kevin MacLeod End music: 'Inspired' by Kevin MacLeod "Spellbound" & "Inspired" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
Views: 203 Casual Commodore
CC64 playing "Neptune's Daughters" (1983). Game #113.
 
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A giant sea snake is hungry for crabs. The crabs are well within his reach. So, the obvious solution is of course to kidnap girls.. All right, maybe the wording is a bit unfair, but the story is still true. These girls are your daughters. That's right, you are Neptune (?). You have to catch crabs, and feed them to the snake, so it will release your daughters. Dive in.. This game was suggested to me by 'The Highlander' and 'snx70'. Links to their channels here: https://www.youtube.com/user/wbovela https://www.youtube.com/user/snx70 Game links: http://csdb.dk/release/?id=90992 http://www.gamebase64.com/game.php?id=5176 http://www.lemon64.com/games/details.php?ID=1777 -- Intro music: 'Sad Past' by Silent Partner End music: 'Dub Hub' by Jimmy Fontanez
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CC64 playing "Hunchback" (1983). Game #072.
 
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You are Quasimodo, the hunchback. You have to rescue your lady, Esmeralda, who is locked up in the castle. From what I have seen of the arcade game, I think the C64 version plays far better. Game links: http://csdb.dk/release/?id=40713 http://www.gamebase64.com/game.php?id=3637 http://www.lemon64.com/games/details.php?ID=1243 -- Intro music: 'Sad Past' by Silent Partner End music: 'Dub Hub' by Jimmy Fontanez
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CC64 playing "Raid over Moscow" (1984). Game #121.
 
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Time links below! I usually play simple games. This time, I thought I would have a go at a game that is a bit more complex. The Soviets have launched a nuclear attack on USA. We can't have that.. Your job is to stop the nuclear missiles, by fighting your way to the control silos, and destroy them. Once in Moscow, things get a bit trickier.. I should have known, this would be a long video. To help you a bit, here are some time links: 0:56 - Minsk 2:15 - Minsk (excluding launch) 4:33 - Saratov 6:02 - Saratov (excluding launch) 7:35 - Leningrad 8:58 - Leningrad (excluding launch) 10:36 - Moscow - Attack Run 12:08 - Moscow - Defense Centre 16:46 - Moscow - Reactor Room 24:48 - Boom Game links: http://csdb.dk/release/?id=40621 http://www.gamebase64.com/game.php?id=6176 http://www.lemon64.com/games/details.php?ID=2074 -- Intro music: 'Sad Past' by Silent Partner End music: 'Dub Hub' by Jimmy Fontanez
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CC64 playing "Gyroscope" (1985). Game #097.
 
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So, we navigate a gyroscope through a vertically scrolling isometric playfield. I remember this game very well from my childhood - especially the music, which is almost hypnotic! Unfortunately, there are bugs in this game - mostly "die when spawning" bugs, but sometimes you can also roll over air, and not die. But in spite of that, it's hard not to like this game. Game links: http://csdb.dk/release/?id=96320 http://www.gamebase64.com/game.php?id=3365 http://www.lemon64.com/games/details.php?ID=3063 -- Intro music: 'Sad Past' by Silent Partner End music: 'Dub Hub' by Jimmy Fontanez
Views: 208 Casual Commodore
CC64 playing "Miner 2049'er" (1983). Game #032.
 
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Another early C64 game. The title was born on the Atari platform. I played this game when I was a kid, and I find it quite entertaining. Go, Bounty Bob! :) Game links: http://csdb.dk/release/?id=90792 http://www.gamebase64.com/game.php?id=4860 http://www.lemon64.com/games/details.php?ID=1687 -- Intro & end music by DST. http://www.nosoapradio.us/
Views: 74 Casual Commodore
CC64 playing "Wings of Fury" (1990). Game #060.
 
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A fun side scrolling game, set in a WW2 environment. You control a small American propeller war plane. You have to destroy everything on enemy islands, and later also destroy enemy ships (didn't get that far). It's quite fun, but the Amiga version performs much better. But considering the C64 hardware limitations, it's by no means an unplayable game! Game links: http://csdb.dk/release/?id=36578 http://www.gamebase64.com/game.php?id=8615 http://www.lemon64.com/games/details.php?ID=2860 -- Intro music: 'Sad Past' by Silent Partner End music: 'Dub Hub' by Jimmy Fontanez
Views: 1023 Casual Commodore
CC64 playing "Outlaws" (1986). Game #105.
 
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I often mention the word "atmosphere" with C64 games. This is by no means an exception. I loved this game as a child. It set a very special mood with the title tune, and the in-game gfx style. Anyway.. This game is set in the wild west. A whole bunch of bad guys have been terrorizing people for a long time. Guess who gets to be the hero that will save the day? Or die a lot.. Game links: http://csdb.dk/release/?id=141174 http://www.gamebase64.com/game.php?id=5491 http://www.lemon64.com/games/details.php?ID=1863 -- Intro music: 'Sad Past' by Silent Partner End music: 'Dub Hub' by Jimmy Fontanez Story music: 'Horses to Water' by Topher Mohr & Alex Elena
Views: 507 Casual Commodore
Let's play "Zaga" (1984). C64 game #130.
 
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Zaga was a game that let me slip into a weird world, as a child. Mainly because of the sound. The chopper sounds wonderfully weird. Anyway, the object of the game is to pilot a chopper through a course, where walls and forcefields are things to look out for. Not so easy. Is someone up for making a remake of this game in real 3D? Chase view, please. Thank you very much. ^_^ Game links: http://csdb.dk/release/?id=65765 http://www.gamebase64.com/game.php?id=8835 http://www.lemon64.com/games/details.php?ID=2926 A few YouTube channels I like: MsMadLemon: http://youtube.com/c/msmadlemon Jan Beta: http://youtube.com/c/janbeta Dan Wood: http://www.youtube.com/user/techguruuk Hellfire64: http://www.youtube.com/c/hellfire64 The Highlander: http://www.youtube.com/user/wbovela Holtzweg: http://www.youtube.com/user/Holtzweg -- Intro music: 'Sad Past' by Silent Partner End music: 'Dub Hub' by Jimmy Fontanez
Views: 312 Casual Commodore
CC64 playing "Lunar Ordeal" (1986). Game #023.
 
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A somewhat primitive Lander game, done in BASIC. Considering it's done in BASIC by a young boy, I guess the game is okay. I will not be returning to it though.. Oh, and I know it says 1985 in the game, but GameBase64 says 1986. Perhaps it was developed in '85 and released in '86. Not sure.. Game links: http://www.gamebase64.com/game.php?id=17124 http://csdb.dk/release/?id=58474 -- Intro & end music by DST. http://www.nosoapradio.us/
Views: 40 Casual Commodore
Unboxing of "Knight'n'Grail" Ultimate Edition for C64/128.
 
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I recently received the Ultimate Edition of "Knight'n'Grail" for the C64. I thought I would share the unboxing experience, so y'all can see the contents, and be tempted to buy it.. :) Game link (Psytronik page): http://www.psytronik.net/newsite/index.php/c64/30-kng Directly to store (Binary Zone): http://bit.ly/1UY5HZY -- Intro music: 'Sad Past' by Silent Partner End music: 'Dub Hub' by Jimmy Fontanez
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CC64 playing "Lazy Jones" (1984). Game #057.
 
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This is a game about playing games. The game is somewhat entertaining. You play a lazy janitor, that would rather play games than stick to his duties. Quite the procrastinator. I guess many people can relate. :) Game links: http://csdb.dk/release/?id=39661 http://www.gamebase64.com/game.php?id=4310 http://www.lemon64.com/games/details.php?ID=1499 -- Intro music: 'Sad Past' by Silent Partner End music: 'Dub Hub' by Jimmy Fontanez
Views: 147 Casual Commodore
Amiga 500 real/emulated drive switch mod. Part 2 of 2.
 
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Music credits below. This is part 2 of my internal drive switching mod, for the Amiga 500. If you have not watched part 1 yet, I recommend you so here: https://youtu.be/rro4t-SL4zk. In this part, I'm going to put everything together in the machine, so it's all accessible from the outside in a convenient way. I'm no fan of making non-round holes in plastic cases, but it has to be done. Let's see how it all goes.. Thankfully, I was not the only one who had the drive switching idea. If I was, I doubt I would have figured out how to execute it. On this site, I learned the magic of pin 10: https://www.ikod.se/amiga-1200-gotek/ Music used (in order): "Misty Heart" (1995) By Ng Pei Sin "Stunt Flying II" (1989) By Burgame / Avenger (Daniel Burgin) "Magical2" (1989) By DMI / Trilogy "Astrogate" (1990) By Jugi / Byterapers (Jukka Kaartinen) "Arabian Nites" (1993) By Galaxy & Zardax / Elysion (Jani Kiviranta & Ari Pekka Paljakka) A few of the channels I like: MsMadLemon: http://youtube.com/msmadlemon Jan Beta: http://youtube.com/janbeta Holtzweg: http://www.youtube.com/user/Holtzweg Dan Wood: http://www.youtube.com/user/techguruuk Hellfire64: http://www.youtube.com/hellfire64 The Highlander: http://www.youtube.com/user/wbovela
Views: 419 Casual Commodore
CC64 playing "Hawkeye" (1988). Game #091.
 
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Hawkeye is a futuristic side-scrolling shooter, made by the former (?) demo-group "Boys without Brains". The game is of very high quality, both visually and audibly. In fact, it seems like the kind of game that would be developed for the machine TODAY. But no, it's 28 years old. And even though it's a hard game, it's great fun to play. Game links: http://csdb.dk/release/?id=142099 (BWB original) http://csdb.dk/release/?id=23327 (Ikari crack) http://www.gamebase64.com/game.php?id=3446 http://www.lemon64.com/games/details.php?ID=1154 -- Intro music: 'Sad Past' by Silent Partner End music: 'Dub Hub' by Jimmy Fontanez
Views: 472 Casual Commodore
Let's play "Hybris" (1988). Amiga game #007.
 
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Hybris is a fast paced vertical scrolling shooter, of high quality. Great graphics, great sound and great gameplay. Never played much Hybris back in the day. I spent more time on its sequal Battle Squadron, which is actually a little better in all areas. More on that game later.. :) Game links: http://hol.abime.net/767 http://www.lemonamiga.com/?game_id=513 -- Intro music: 'Spellbound' by Kevin MacLeod End music: 'Inspired' by Kevin MacLeod "Spellbound" & "Inspired" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
Views: 212 Casual Commodore
CC64 playing "Potty Pigeon" (1984). Game #114.
 
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You are a pigeon, and you have to build your nest. But it's not easy. Cars, planes and other wildlife prohibit you from doing that. But you don't give a sh**.. Oh, maybe you do.. :) I never played this as a kid, but it's a fun game. I'm sure I would have loved it back then. Game links: http://csdb.dk/release/?id=86361 http://www.gamebase64.com/game.php?id=5849 http://www.lemon64.com/games/details.php?ID=1981 -- Intro music: 'Sad Past' by Silent Partner End music: 'Dub Hub' by Jimmy Fontanez
Views: 124 Casual Commodore
CC64 playing "Gandalf the Sorcerer" (1984). Game #115.
 
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This is a fast moving game with funny controls.. Once again, this is a game where I do not notice everything. :/ But you have to defend your castle from the creatures that emerge from the forest. If too many get by you, they will open the castle door and kidnap an apprentice. That happened a few times in this video, without me noticing. Yeah.. After filming this video, I played it a bit more.. Not sure why, because I don't particularly enjoy it. But I have gotten better, and understand a few more things now. Like keep an eye on the color of your character - blue means depleted. Also keep an eye on the thunder cloud, which steals some energy from you when it's around the middle of the screen. But I have not gotten through the outside part yet. Maybe I never will. Will likely not play this anymore. Not for me. ;) Game links: http://csdb.dk/release/?id=18069 http://www.gamebase64.com/game.php?id=3061 http://www.lemon64.com/games/details.php?ID=1020 -- Intro music: 'Sad Past' by Silent Partner End music: 'Dub Hub' by Jimmy Fontanez
Views: 163 Casual Commodore
CC64 playing "West Bank" (1987).
 
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I filmed this one on december 25th last year, so it's long overdue. I felt it got too long and boring, so I decided to make it an Extra. Anyway.. In this game, your job is to protect the bank from robbers. If you don't kill them, they will kill you, so you have to be quick on the trigger. This game is very fun to play, but can be boring to watch. Awesome music by Fred Gray! Game links: http://csdb.dk/release/?id=40484 http://www.gamebase64.com/game.php?id=8548 http://www.lemon64.com/games/details.php?ID=2833 -- Intro music: 'Sad Past' by Silent Partner End music: 'Dub Hub' by Jimmy Fontanez
Views: 248 Casual Commodore
CC64 playing "Scramble 2015" (2015). Game #011.
 
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A fresh Commodore 64 port of the 1981 arcade game "Scramble". This version is coded by Thomas Kite, and stays true to the arcade version. It runs amazingly well on the C64. This video got a bit long, so think of it as a "longplay". Game links: http://csdb.dk/scener/?id=27150 http://www.lemon64.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=54841 http://www.lemon64.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=56648 -- Intro & end music by DST. http://www.nosoapradio.us/
Views: 577 Casual Commodore

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