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One man's quest to bring your favorite indie games to the Commodore 64
A 30-year-old platform lives on, against all odds
A brief video history of the demoscene in memory of Commodore boss Jack Tramiel
In founding Commodore International, Jack Tramiel set into motion events which would put more computers into the homes of average people than in any other period in history. But his legacy extended far beyond the machines themselves. Just days before news of his passing, a group of filmmakers at the Penny Arcade Expo in Boston presented their documentary on the sometimes-forgotten but undeniably important subculture which emerged from the foundations Tramiel had placed: The demoscene.
Commodore founder Jack Tramiel dies
Jack Tramiel, founder of Commodore International and its iconic computers, died on Sunday, April 8th at the age of 83, Forbes reports.
Commodore relaunches storied Amiga brand with high-end Amiga Mini
Commodore USA has introduced a new Amiga-branded, high-end small form factor PC, as well as updated its retro C64x and other models.
cTrix's gAtari turns gaming chiptunes into a full-blown rave
Australian chiptune hacker cTrix has taken music geekery to a new level, incorporating an Atari 2600 and some effects pedals into a guitar-like body to create the gAtari.
Commodore C64x-Extreme announced, to ship with Core i7 CPU
The Commodore C64x-Extreme is an update of the C64x that adds a 2.2GHz Sandy Bridge Core i7 CPU, a 2TB HDD, 8 gigs of RAM, USB 3.0 ports, HDMI, DVI, and VGA display connections, and more.