What does the backward-facing Superman logo mean

Commodore 64

The Commodore 64 (short C64, colloquially 64 or "bread box") is an 8-bit home computer with 64 KB of RAM.

981 Relationships: Acclaim Entertainment, Accolade, Ace of Aces (computer game), Acorn, Acorn Electron, Action Replay, Activision Gamemaker, Adalbert-Stifter-Gymnasium (Castrop-Rauxel), Adrian Lamo, Adventure, Adventure Construction Set, Adventure Master, Adventureland , After Burner, Alex Kempkens, Alice in Wonderland, Alien 3, Alien Syndrome, Alligata Software, Allmystery, Alpha Flight 1970, Alternate Reality, AM2, Amaurote, Amazon (computer game), Amiga, Amiga 600, AmigaBASIC, Amnesia (computer game), Amstrad CPC, Andreas Escher, Andreas Mettler, Andrew Braybrook, Android Nim, Ant Attack, AOL, Apollo 18: Mission to the Moon, Apple II, Arcade Game Construction Kit, Archer MacLean, Archon (computer game), Argonaut Games, Ariolasoft, Arkanoid , Armalyte, Armin Gessert, Asylum (computer game), Atari 1200XL, Atari 2600, Atari BASIC, ..., Atari Lynx, Atari home computer, Atari ST demo scene, Atarisoft, Ataxx, Atomino (computer game), Attack of the Mutant Camels, audiovisualization, goodbye marry Monty, Avicii, Aztec Challenge, Éric Chahi, B.C. II: Grog's Revenge, BC's Quest for Tires, Back To Skool, Bad Dudes vs. Dragon Ninja, Badlands (computer game), Ballblazer, Ballyhoo (computer game), Bandits (computer game), Bank Switching, Barbarian (computer game), Barbie, Barbie computer games, BASIC, BASICODE, Batman, Battle Chess, Bayrische Hackerpost, Beach Head, Below the Root, Ben Daglish, Berkeley Softworks, Bethesda Softworks, Operating System, Beyond the Forbidden Forest, Screen Text, BINARIUM. German Museum of Digital Culture, Bionic Commando, Bitplane, Bitpop, Black Gold (computer game), Black Tiger (computer game), Blade Runner (computer game), Blizzard Entertainment, Blockgrafik, BlockOut, Blood 'n Guts, Bloodwych, Blue Max (computer game) , Bob Whitehead, Bomb Jack, Bomberman, Bondage Fairies (band), Border Zone, Boris Schneider-Johne, Borrowed Time (computer game), Boulder Dash, Bouncing Babies (computer game), Bounty Bob Strikes Back !, Braunschweig, Break Dance (computer game ), Breakers, Breakpoint, Brimstone (computer game), Brotkasten, Bruce Lee (computer game), Bubble Bobble, Budōka, BudgeCo, Budokan (computer game), Buggy Boy, Bundesliga Manager, Burg (Spreewald), Burgertime, C-One, C64 ( Disambiguation), C64 DTV, C65, Cabal, Cabal - The Brood of the Night, California Games, Canabalt, Carmageddon, Carrier Command, Cassandra Peterson, Castle Wolfenstein, Castlevania, Catweasel-Controller, CBM 8032, CBM-4000-Serie, CBM- 600 series, CBM-700 series, CBM-8000 series, CBM-Bu s, CBM disk drives, Cc65, Centipede, Cevat Yerli, Chambers of Shaolin, Champions of Krynn, Chaos Total, Charles Platt (author), Chase HQ, Chip's Challenge, ChipWits, Choplifter, Chris Hülsbeck, Christian Stöcker, Chuck Peddle, Cinemaware , Circus (computer game), City Bomber, Cobold, Coleco Adam, Color Genie, COMAL, Combat School, Commando (computer game), Commando Libya, Commodore 128, Commodore 16, Commodore 65, Commodore BASIC, Commodore Basic V2, Commodore D9060, Commodore DOS, Commodore International, Commodore LCD, Commodore Max, Commodore Plus / 4, Commodore SFD1001, Commodore SFD1002, Commodore SFD100x, Commodore SX-64, Commodore VC 20, Commodore 264 series, Commodore mouse, Commodore product overview, Competition Pro , Computer Contact, Computer Monitor, Congo Bongo, Consumer Electronics Show, Contiki, Continental Circus, Contra (Game Series), Core Design, Corruption (Computer Game), CP / M, CPU Brake, Crack (Software), Crazy Little Thing Called Love, Crazy Sue, Creative Micr o Designs, Crest, Cromwell House, Cross-Compiler, Crystal Castles (computer game), Cubase, Curse of the Azure Bonds, Cutthroats, Cybernoid, Cybernoid II: The Revenge, Dallas (TV series, 1978), Dan Kaufman, Danielle Bunten Berry, The Secret of the Druids, Data Becker, Data East, Datasette, Datenlogistik, David's Midnight Magic, Déjà Vu: A Nightmare Comes True, DC Comics, DeaDBeeF, Deadline (computer game), Decathlon (computer game), Defender (computer game), Defender of the Crown, Defenders of the Earth, Demon Attack, Demoscene, Depthcharge, The Hobbit, The Knight from Space, Desert Planet, The Ark of Captain Blood, The Trap Door, The Goonies, The Simpsons, The Wonderful World of Technology , Dig Dug, DIGICOM, Digital Hardcore, Digital Art, DIN Connectors, Diplomacy, Floppy Disk Drive, Floppy Hole Punch, Diskmag, Distinctive Software, Doepfer, Donald Duck, Donald Duck's Playground, Donkey Kong, Double Dragon, Draconus, Dragon 32, Dragon 64, Dragon's Lair, Dragon s of Flame, Dragonstrike, Dragonworld (computer game), Dreamcast, Twenty-three, Dropzone (computer game), DuckTales - News from Duckburg, DYCP, Dynamic Random Access Memory, Dynamite Dan, Eagle Empire, Eagle Soft Inc., Edsel, Ego-Shooter, Egotronic, Single Board Computer, Eldorado, Elektron Music Machines, Elektronika BK-0010, Elevator Action, Elite (computer game), Elvira (computer game), Emagic, Emerald Mine, Emlyn Hughes, Emlyn Hughes International Soccer, Empire (computer game), Empire City: 1931 , Emulator, Enchanter, Enforcer (computer game), Ensoniq, Ensoniq Mirage, Abduction of Natascha Kampusch, Escape from the Planet of the Robot Monsters, Escape-MCP, Escom, Essex (computer game), Excitebike, Exile (computer game), Exolon, Express Raider, F-15 Strike Eagle, FD Project, Fabian Del Priore, FabrikC, Fahrenheit 451, Fahrenheit 451 (computer game), Fairlight (group), Falcon Patrol, Fallout (computer game), Five Friends, Fight Night, Fighting Game, Final Fight , Firebird Sof tware, Fischertechnik, Fish !, Flip And Flop, Flugsimulation, Forbidden Forest, Fort Apocalypse, Forth (programming language), Frak !, Frank Riemenschneider, FreedroidClassic, FreedroidRPG, Freeze! - Escape, Friday the 13th (film series), Friday the 13th - The final chapter, Frogger, Future Crew, G-Man (computer game), Game On, Gamescom, Garry Kitchen, Gary Lineker, Gateway to Apshai, Gauntlet ( Computer game), Günter Freiherr von Gravenreuth, Generation C64, Geocalc, Geoff Crammond, GeoRAM, GEOS (8-bit operating system), GEOS (software), Gerhard Lengeling, German tank problem, history of video games, history of video games 1980–1989, History of the Computer, Broken Chains, Ghostbusters Games, Ghosts 'n Goblins, Ghouls' n Ghosts, Gnome Ranger, Go (Game), Gold Box, Golden Games, Golden Era of the Spanish Software Industry, GoodTools, Gorf, GP2X, GP32, Gradius , Grand Monster Slam, Grand Prix (game series), Graphic Adventure Creator, Graphics BASIC, Scale (frequency), Green Beret (computer game), Gremlin Interactive, Gremlins - Little Monster, Guitar Hero, Gun Fight, Gunbound, Gunship (computer game), Gustav-Heinemann-Realschule Bottrop, Gyruss, HERO, Hack he, Hacker (computer game), HAL Laboratory, Hang-On, Hans und die Bohnenranke, Hanse (computer game), Happy Computer, Hard Hat Mack, HardSID, Haujobb (demo group), House of Computer Games, Hägar the Terrible, Head On, Head Over Heels (computer game), home computer, Hellowoon, Heroes of Might and Magic, Heroes of the Lance, HeroQuest (computer game), HesWare, Hexenküche (computer game), Hi-Eddi, Highnoon (computer game), Hillsfar, HiRes, Hollywood Hijinx, Homecomputer (Magazine), Hopp oder Top, Hover Bovver, Hungaroring (computer game), Hypra Load, IEEE 1284, IGN Entertainment, Impossible Mission, Indiana Jones, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, Infernal Runner, Infidel, Infocom, Informatik, Ingrid's Back, International Karate, International Karate Plus, International Soccer, Interplay Entertainment, Jack the Ripper, Jack Tramiel, Jail Break, James Bond, James Bond 007 - The Living Daylight, James Bond 007 - License to Kill, James Pond, Jan Sloot, Jörg Langer, Jean-Michel Jarre , Jeff Minter, Jeri Ellsworth, Jet Set Willy, JetPac, JiffyDOS, Jimmy Olsen, Jinxter, Jochen Hippel, John F. Kutcher, Jori Tokyo, Joust, Jr. Pac-Man, Judge Dredd, Julian Assange, Jumpman (computer game), Jungle Hunt, Jupiter Lander, Kaiser (computer game), Karamalz, Karate Champ, Karl Steinberg, Katakis, KC compact, Kemco, Kennedy Approach, Kernal, Kernkraft 400, Kernspeicher, Kick Off (computer game), Kikstart 2, Kikstart: Off-Road Simulator, Kilroy was here, King's Bounty, Kingsoft, grip, small computer KC 85 / 2-4, Knight Orc, Knight Rider, KoalaPainter, command line, command line interpreter, head to head, Koronis Rift, Kung-Fu Master (computer game), KZ Manager , Labyrinth (computer game), Lancelot (computer game), Lane Mastodon vs. the Blubbermen, Long Night of Computer Games, Laser Squad, Lazy Jones, Leather Goddesses of Phobos, Leæther Strip, life simulation, funeral feast (album), Lemmings, Lenslok, Level 9 , Light pen, Limes & Napoleon, Links (computer game), List e Known C64 Games, List of BASIC Dialects, List of Home Computers, List of Mario Games, List of Star Trek Video Games, List of Operating Systems, List of Computer and Video Game Music Composers, List of Filename Extensions / C, List Filename Extensions / D, List of Filename Extensions / G, List of Filename Extensions / T, List of Data Compression Programs, List of Text Adventures, List of Word Processors, List of Video Game Consoles, List of Web Browsers, Little Computer People, Live and Let Die (Computer Game), License zum Killing (computer game), LMMS, Locomotive BASIC, Lode Runner, Longplay (video games), Lord of the Rings: Game One, Lords of Doom, Lords of Midnight, Lords of Time, Lotus (game series), Louis C. Oberlander, LucasArts , Lucky Luke, Lunar Lander, LUnix, MULE, Machinae Supremacy, Madden NFL, Mag !!!, Magic Bytes, Magic Disk 64, Magic of Endoria, Magnetic Fields (game software company), Magnetic Scrolls, Mag nussoft, Manfred Schmitt (entrepreneur), Manfred Trenz, Maniac Mansion, Manic Miner, Manuel Schleis, Marauder (computer game), Marc Houle, Marcello Giombini, marine simulation, Markt + Technik Verlag, Martin Galway, machine code monitor, Masta Huda, Master of Magic (computer role-playing game), Master of the Lamps, Masters of the Universe (game series), Mastertronic, Maus (computer), Maxis, Mazogs, Mean Streets (computer game), multiplayer adapter, Melbourne House, Mercenary (game series), MESS, Metal Gear, Miami Vice, MicroProse Soccer, Microsoft BASIC, Microsoft Multiplan, MIDIbox, Midnight Resistance, Might & Magic: The Secret of the Inner Sanctum, Might and Magic, Mighty Bomb Jack, Mikron 64, Mindwheel, Miner 2049er, Miro Pajic, Missile Command, MMC64, Modem Wars, Modul (computer games), Montezuma's Revenge (computer game), Monty on the Run, Monty Python, Moon Patrol, Moon Shuttle, Moonmist, MOS Technology, MOS Technology 6502, MOS Technology 6510, MOS Technology CIA, MOS Technology SID, MOS Technology TED, MOS Technology VIA, MOS Technology VIC, MOS Technology VIC II, Motorola, MPS 1000, MPS 1270, MPS 1550 C, MPS series, MPU-401, Mr. Do !, MSX, MUPID, Murder on the Mississippi, Muse Software, Music Disk, Music Has the Right to Children, Musical Instrument Digital Interface, Musikformat, Myth (computer game), Nebulus, Neo Magazin Royale / Episodenliste, Neuromancer (computer game), Night Driver, Night Shift, Nine Princes in Amber (computer game ), Ninja (computer game), Nintendo DS, Nippon, Nonterraqueous, Nord and Bert Couldn't Make Head or Tail of It, North & South, OBY 1, Ocean Software, Oil Imperium, Oil's Well, Oldenburger Computer-Museum, Oliver Koletzki, Ooze, Operation Wolf, Osborne 1, Out Run, Overscan, Pagefox, Pang (computer game), tank simulation, Paperboy, Paradroid, Paratrooper, Patric Catani, PC / GEOS, Pengo (computer game), peripheral device, Perry Mason: The Case of the Mandarin Murder, Personal Computer, PET 2001, Peter Shilton, Petro Tyschtschenko, Phantomas (computer game), Pharaoh's Curse, Philips VG-8235, Phreaking, Pinball Construction Set, Pinball Dreams, Pirates !, Pitfall !, Pitstop (computer game), Pitstop II, Planetfall, Play Time, PlayStation, Plundered Hearts, POKE and PEEK, Poke646, Pole Position (computer game), Polyphony (electrophone), Pool of Radiance, Pooyan, Popcorn (instrumental piece), Popeye, Pornophonique, Power 64, Prince of Persia, Printfox, Programmausdruck, Programmiertrick, Project Firestart, PSI-5 Trading Company, Punch-Out !!, Q * bert, Qix, Quarterstaff, Quicksilva, R -Type, Racing Destruction Set, Raid on Bungeli ng Bay, Raid over Moscow, Rainbow Arts, Ralf Glau, RAM Expansion Unit, RAMLink, Rampage (computer game), Rampart (computer game), Randy Glover, Raph Koster, raster line interrupt, Razor 1911, Realsoft 3D, trip around the earth in 80 days , Reisen im Wind, Release Group, Remix, Rendezvous with Rama (computer game), Rescue on Fractalus, Reset, Retro Replay Cartridge, Retrosound, Return, Richard Joseph, Richard Petty, Rick Dangerous, Rings of Medusa, River Raid, Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote, Roadwar 2000, Rob Hubbard, Robert Russell (programmer), Robert Yannes, Robin of the Wood, RoboCop, Robotron: 2084, Rock 'n' Roll (computer game), Rockwell International, Rogue (computer game), Ron Gilbert , Broadcasting 1982, S-Video, Samantha Fox Strip Poker, Savage (computer game), Scanntronik, Scapeghost, Scene World Magazine, Schneider (company), Scooby-Doo, Scramble (computer game), Script Creation Utility for Maniac Mansion, Seastalker, Second Reality, Self-Modifying Code, Sevan Niş anyan, Seven Cities of Gold, Sex Games, Shadow of the Beast, Shadowgate, Shadowkeep (computer game), Shamus, Shanghai (computer game), She-Fox, Sherlock: The Riddle of the Crown Jewels, Shining8, Shinobi (computer game), Shiraz Shivji, Shoot Away, Shoot 'em up, Shoot-'Em-Up Construction Kit, SIDstation, Silent Service (computer game), Silver Style Studios, SimCity, Simons' Basic, Sinclair QL, Sinclair ZX Spectrum, Sirius Software, Skate or Die !, Ski or Die, Slack (software), Slaine, Small Computer System Interface, Smon, Smudo, Softdisk, Software 2000, Sokoban, Solo Flight, Sony Hit Bit HB-75, Sorcerer (computer game), sound chip, sound monitor, sound processor, Space Crusade, Space Harrier, Space Rogue, Space Taxi, Space Tours - Mission EVA, Space Travel, Spectravideo SV-318, SVI-318 MKII, Speedball (computer game), memory expansion, Spellbreaker, Spelunker, game console, Spitting Image (computer game), Sprite (Computer Graphics), Jump Switch, Jump Table, Spy vs Spy, Star Cont rol, Star Wars (arcade game), Star Wars video games, Starbyte, Starcross, Starflight, Stargate (computer game), Starkiller - The Scourge of the Galaxy, StarTexter, Stationfall, Cartridge, Steel Thunder, Steinberg Media Technologies, Control Button, Steve Case, Steve Hales, Street Fighter (game series), Street Fighter II, Strike Fleet, Studio 1058, Studio for Electronic Music (Dresden), Stunt Car Racer, Stunt Cycle, Sudoku, Summer Games, Summer Games II, Super Cars, Super Cycle , Super Mario, Super Mario Bros., Super Sprint, Superbase (database), SuperCPU, Superman in other media, SuperTux, Suspect (computer game), Suspended, Svet kompjutera, SWIV, SYS (BASIC), System 3 (company), Tales of Tamar, Tandy TRS-80 Color Computer, Tapper, Tass Times in Tonetown, Keyboard, Taxim, TEAC (electronics company), Technos Japan, Tecmo, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (arcade game), Telarium, Teleclub, Test Drive, Tetris, Tex Murphy, Texas Instruments TI-99 / 4A, Textomat, The Art of Video Games, The Bard's Tale, The Castles of Doctor Creep, The Dallas Quest, The Eidolon, The Faery Tale Adventure, The Final Cartridge 3, The Great American Cross-Country Road Race, The Great Giana Sisters, The Guild of Thieves, The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy (computer game), The Hobbit (computer game), The Institute, The Last Ninja, The Lurking Horror, The Mask of the Sun, The Pawn, The Saga of Erik the Viking, The Sentinel ( Computer game), The Serpent's Star, The Shadows of Mordor, The Snowman, The Spy Who Loved Me (computer game), The Ultimate Meeting, The Ultimate Soundtracker, The Way of the Exploding Fist, The Witness, The Wizard of Oz (computer game), They Stole a Million, Tim Pritlove, Tim and Chris Stamper, Tim und Struppi, Time Chasers, Time Pilot, Titanic (disambiguation), TKKG, To be on Top, Tobias Lütke, Toki (computer game), Toni Schwaiger, Tracker (music) , Transformers, Treasure Island (computer game), Trivial Pursuit, TRSI, Turbo Tape, Turri can, TV Computer, Twinworld, U.S. Gold, Ultima (game series), Ultima VI: The False Prophet, Underwurlde, Uninvited (computer game), entertainment electronics, Uridium, Userport, VC1540, VC1541, VC1551, VC1571, VC1581, VC15xx, vector graphics, Vermeer (game series), VICE, Video Game Crash, Vigilante, Virgin Interactive, Virtual Console, Vizawrite, Volker Strübing, VVVVVV, Wacky Races - Autornen Total, War in Middle Earth, War of the Lance, WarGames - Kriegsspiele, Wasteland, Welle: Erdball, Werner (Comic), Western Design Center 65816, Whac-A-Mole, Wii, Windham Classics, Wing Commander (computer game), Wings of Fury, Winter Games, Winzer (computer game), Wishbringer, Wizard of Wor, Wizardry: Proving Grounds of the Mad Overlord, Wizball, Wolfenstein 3D, Wonder Boy, World Games (computer game), X-Fusion, X-Men, Xonox, Yehoshua Lakner, Yie Ar Kung-Fu, Z (computer game), Zak McKracken and the Alien Mindbenders, Zauberschloß, Zaubertroll, Zaxxon, line break, Zeropage, Zilog Z80, Zombi (computer game), Zombie (film), Zombie Na tion, Zone Bit Recording, Zork, Zorro (computer game), Back to the future, Back to the future (film), Zybex, Zynaps, 1942 (computer game), 1943: The Battle of Midway, 1980s, 1982, 64'er. Expand Index (931 more) »« Compact Index

Acclaim Entertainment

Acclaim Entertainment, Inc. was a US company headquartered in Glen Cove, New York that developed, published and marketed video games.

New !!: Commodore 64 and Acclaim Entertainment · See more »

Accolade

Accolade was an American manufacturer of computer games.

New !!: Commodore 64 and Accolade · See more »

Ace of Aces (computer game)

Ace of Aces is an aerial warfare action game developed by Artech Digital Entertainment and first released for the Commodore 64 in 1986.

New !!: Commodore 64 and Ace of Aces (computer game) · See more »

Acorn

Logo Acorn was a British computer company that produced computers and set-top boxes that were popular in the UK during the 1980s and 1990s.

New !!: Commodore 64 and Acorn · See more »

Acorn Electron

Acorn Electron with Plus 1 The Acorn Electron was an affordable version of the BBC Micro study and home computer manufactured by Acorn.

New !!: Commodore 64 and Acorn Electron · See more »

Action replay

The Action Replay Power Saves 3DS and the Action Replay Power Saves 3DS Pro. An Action Replay plug-in module for the Amiga 500. Action Replay plug-in module for the C64. Action Replay for the Nintendo DS.Action Replay for DOS PCs with ISA plug-in cards Action Replay is a brand name of the Datel company, under which a cheat module for game consoles and computers is sold.

New !!: Commodore 64 and Action Replay · See more »

Activision Gamemaker

Activision Gamemaker (also known as Garry Kitchen's Gamemaker) was a game development system for the Commodore 64 home computer that was developed by Garry Kitchen and published by Activision in 1985.

New !!: Commodore 64 and Activision Gamemaker · See more »

Adalbert-Stifter-Gymnasium (Castrop-Rauxel)

The Adalbert-Stifter-Gymnasium is the oldest secondary school in the city of Castrop-Rauxel.

New !!: Commodore 64 and Adalbert-Stifter-Gymnasium (Castrop-Rauxel) · See more »

Adrian Lamo

Adrian Lamo (2001) Adrian Lamo (born February 20, 1981 in Boston, Massachusetts; † found dead on March 14, 2018 in Wichita, Kansas) was an American hacker.

New !!: Commodore 64 and Adrian Lamo · See more »

Adventure

Adventures or adventure games refer to a specific genre of computer games.

New !!: Commodore 64 and Adventure · See more »

Adventure Construction Set

Adventure Construction Set (ACS) is a computer program for creating computer games in the style of the role-playing game Ultima.

New !!: Commodore 64 and Adventure Construction Set · See more »

Adventure Master

Adventure Master is a computer program published in 1984 that could be used to create text adventures with simple graphics without any programming knowledge.

New !!: Commodore 64 and Adventure Master · See more »

Adventureland

Adventureland is the first text adventure for home computers.

New !!: Commodore 64 and Adventureland · See more »

After burner

After Burner is an arcade shoot 'em up game series developed by AM2.

New !!: Commodore 64 and After Burner · See more »

Alex Kempkens

Alex Kempkens (actually Alexander Kempkens; born September 24, 1942 in Linz am Rhein) is a German photographer, photojournalist and computer artist.

New !!: Commodore 64 and Alex Kempkens · See more »

Alice in Wonderland

Alice in Wonderland (originally Alice's Adventures in Wonderland; English original title Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland) is a children's book first published in 1865 by the British author Lewis Carroll.

New !!: Commodore 64 and Alice in Wonderland · See more »

Alien 3

Alien 3 is an American science fiction film from 1992 by David Fincher and the third installment in the Alien film series.

New !!: Commodore 64 and Alien 3 · See more »

Alien Syndrome

Alien Syndrome is a run & gun shooter that was developed by the game company Sega for arcade in 1987 and for the Commodore 64 in 1988.

New !!: Commodore 64 and Alien Syndrome · See more »

Alligata software

Alligata Software Logo 1984 Alligata Software was a British developer and manufacturer of computer games.

New !!: Commodore 64 and Alligata Software · See more »

Allmystery

Allmystery is one of the first and largest German Internet forums on border-scientific, mysterious, religious and socio-political topics.

New !!: Commodore 64 and Allmystery · See more »

Alpha Flight 1970

Alpha Flight 1970, also under the abbreviation AFL or

New !!: Commodore 64 and Alpha Flight 1970 · See more »

Alternate Reality

Alternate Reality is a series of fantasy computer role-playing games by game developer Philip Price.

New !!: Commodore 64 and Alternate Reality · See more »

ON 2

Sega AM2 (Sega Amusement Machine Research & Development Department # 2) is the most successful and best-known in-house development studio of the Japanese game developer Sega.

New !!: Commodore 64 and AM2 · See more »

Amaurote

Amaurote is a shoot'em-up computer game developed by John and Steve Pickford and published in 1987 by Mastertronic for various home computers across Europe.

New !!: Commodore 64 and Amaurote · See more »

Amazon (computer game)

Amazon is a computer game by the US company Telarium (formerly Trillium) from 1984.

New !!: Commodore 64 and Amazon (computer game) · See more »

Amiga

Last official logo The Commodore Amiga (Spanish amiga: 'girlfriend') was a computer that was widespread from the mid-1980s to the beginning / mid-1990s and was particularly popular as home computers in its entry-level models (A500 and A1200).

New !!: Commodore 64 and Amiga · See more »

Amiga 600

Amiga 600 The Amiga 600 is a computer introduced by Commodore in 1992.

New !!: Commodore 64 and Amiga 600 · See more »

AmigaBASIC

AmigaBASIC was a BASIC version developed by Microsoft for the Commodore Amiga, which was part of the scope of delivery of the AmigaOS versions 1.1 to 1.3.

New !!: Commodore 64 and AmigaBASIC · See more »

Amnesia (computer game)

Amnesia is a Cognetics Corporation text adventure published by Electronic Arts in 1986.

New !!: Commodore 64 and Amnesia (computer game) · See more »

Amstrad CPC

Schneider CPC6128 advertising sticker from the "Schneider Computer Division" from the 1990s. The Amstrad CPC series, better known in German-speaking countries as Schneider CPC, was a series of largely compatible 8-bit home computers that was popular in the 1980s and widely used on the then Z80-CPU based and others

New !!: Commodore 64 and Amstrad CPC · See more »

Andreas Escher

Andreas Escher (born January 23, 1966 in Saarbrücken, Germany) is a German developer and graphic designer for computer and console games.

New !!: Commodore 64 and Andreas Escher · See more »

Andreas Mettler

Andreas Mettler (born July 13, 1968 in Aach (Hegau)) is a game developer and game designer known from the home computer sector.

New !!: Commodore 64 and Andreas Mettler · See more »

Andrew Braybrook

Andrew Braybrook (* 1960 in Great Britain) set milestones as a developer of early computer game hits for the C64.

New !!: Commodore 64 and Andrew Braybrook · See more »

Android Nim

Android Nim is a computer game that first appeared on the TRS-80 home computer in 1978.

New !!: Commodore 64 and Android Nim · See more »

Ant attack

3D Ant Attack is the title of a computer game in the Jump ’n’ run category developed by the manufacturer Quicksilva in 1983.

New !!: Commodore 64 and Ant Attack · See more »

AOL

AOL, formerly America Online, is a US media group based in New York City and a subsidiary of Verizon Communications.

New !!: Commodore 64 and AOL · See more »

Apollo 18: Mission to the Moon

Apollo 18: Mission to the Moon is a space action game developed by Artech Digital Entertainment and first released for the Commodore 64 in 1987.

New !!: Commodore 64 and Apollo 18: Mission to the Moon · See more »

Apple II

The Apple II (also Apple.

New !!: Commodore 64 and Apple II · See more »

Arcade Game Construction Kit

The Arcade Game Construction Kit (AGCK) was a game creation program programmed by Mike Livesay for the Commodore 64 home computer.

New !!: Commodore 64 and Arcade Game Construction Kit · See more »

Archer MacLean

Archer MacLean (born January 28, 1962) is a British computer game developer.

New !!: Commodore 64 and Archer MacLean · See more »

Archon (computer game)

Archon: The Light and the Dark is a 1983 computer game by Jon Freeman, Anne Westfall (together Free Fall Associates) and Paul Reiche III.

New !!: Commodore 64 and Archon (computer game) · See more »

Argonaut Games

Argonaut Games PLC was a British game developer.

New !!: Commodore 64 and Argonaut Games · See more »

Ariolasoft

Ariolasoft, later United Software, was a German manufacturer, publisher and distributor of software, especially video and computer games, in the 1980s and early 1990s.

New !!: Commodore 64 and Ariolasoft · See more »

Arkanoid

NES Console Arkanoid is a computer game released by Taito in 1986.

New !!: Commodore 64 and Arkanoid · See more »

Armalyte

Armalyte is a horizontally scrolling shoot ’em up computer game in the tradition of Katakis or R-Type.

New !!: Commodore 64 and Armalyte · See more »

Armin Gessert

Armin Gessert (born June 13, 1963; † November 8, 2009) was a German developer of computer games.

New !!: Commodore 64 and Armin Gessert · See more »

Asylum (computer game)

Asylum is an American computer game produced by Med Systems Software that originally appeared in 1981 and was re-released in an improved version in 1985.

New !!: Commodore 64 and Asylum (computer game) · See more »

Atari 1200XL

The Atari 1200XL is a home computer based on a variant of the 6502 microprocessor from the US manufacturer Atari, Inc. The Atari 1200XL is a further development of the Atari 400 and 800 home computers, which were published in 1979.

New !!: Commodore 64 and Atari 1200XL · See more »

Atari 2600

The Atari Video Computer System (Atari VCS) is a stationary game console of the second generation, which was first presented to the public in 1977.

New !!: Commodore 64 and Atari 2600 · See more »

Atari BASIC

Atari-BASIC (seldom also called Shepardson BASIC) is a ROM-resident BASIC interpreter for Atari 8-bit home computers.

New !!: Commodore 64 and Atari BASIC · See more »

Atari Lynx

The Atari Lynx is the first handheld console with a color screen and was manufactured by Atari Corporation in the 1990s.

New !!: Commodore 64 and Atari Lynx · See more »

Atari home computer

Atari home computers are a series of early, largely compatible 8-bit home computers from Atari, Inc. and Atari Corporation from Sunnyvale, California, United States.

New !!: Commodore 64 and Atari home computers · See more »

Atari ST demo scene

The reason for the demo scene of the Atari ST can be traced back to the group The Exceptions (known under the short form TEX), which published a series of music demos from 1987 onwards, which were spiced up with graphic effects and text scrolling.

New !!: Commodore 64 and Atari ST demo scene · See more »

Atarisoft

Atarisoft was a brand name of the former American computer game manufacturer Atari, under which video games for the then competing systems from Coleco, Mattel, Apple, Texas Instruments, Commodore, IBM, Sinclair and Acorn were marketed.

New !!: Commodore 64 and Atarisoft · See more »

Ataxx

Starting line-up at Hexxagon with possible moves for a red stone Ataxx, also known as Infection, SlimeWars, Frog Cloning or Dominate, is a board game for two people and, from the point of view of the goal, is an adaptation of Othello and Reversi, but has rather easy rules and strategy Similarities to Go.

New !!: Commodore 64 and Ataxx · See more »

Atomino (computer game)

Atomino is a puzzle computer game by Blue Byte from 1990 for DOS-PCs, Amiga, Atari ST and Commodore 64.

New !!: Commodore 64 and Atomino (computer game) · See more »

Attack of the Mutant Camels

Attack of the Mutant Camels is a surrealistic computer game that was produced for the Commodore 64 and Atari 8-bit computers in the early 1980s.

New !!: Commodore 64 and Attack of the Mutant Camels · See more »

Audio visualization

Oscilloscope audio visualization refers to the dynamic display of graphics and animation on the basis of audio data such as music, speech or sounds.

New !!: Commodore 64 and audio visualization · See more »

Goodbye, Monty

Auf Wiedersehen Monty is a side view platform game that was developed by Gremlin Graphics in 1987 and sold for the then common 8-bit home computer systems.

New !!: Commodore 64 and Goodbye Monty · See more »

Avicii

Avicii (born September 8, 1989 as Tim Bergling in Stockholm; † April 20, 2018 in Muscat, Oman) was a Swedish DJ, remixer and music producer.

New !!: Commodore 64 and Avicii · See more »

Aztec Challenge

The rituals of the Aztecs (English original title: Aztec Challenge) is a computer game that was produced by COSMI in 1982.

New !!: Commodore 64 and Aztec Challenge · See more »

Eric Chahi

Éric Chahi (born October 21, 1967 in Yerres) is a French computer game designer, programmer and illustrator, who is known as the creator of the video game Another World.

New !!: Commodore 64 and Éric Chahi · See more »

B.C. II: Grog’s Revenge

B.C. II: Grog’s Revenge is a home computer game from 1984 by Sierra On-Line for the Commodore 64, ColecoVision, ZX Spectrum, Amstrad CPC, Atari 800 / XL / XE and MSX.

New !!: Commodore 64 and B.C. II: Grog’s Revenge · See more »

B.C.’s Quest for Tires

B.C.’s Quest for Tires is a 1983 computer game produced by the Sydney Development Corp. computer game company. produced and distributed by the US company Sierra On-Line.

New !!: Commodore 64 and B.C.’s Quest for Tires · See more »

Back to Skool

Back To Skool is a computer game for the ZX Spectrum that was developed by David Reidy in 1985 and published by Microsphere.

New !!: Commodore 64 and Back To Skool