Linked by Kroc Camen on Wed 31st Dec 2008 11:11 UTC
Hardware, Embedded Systems At this year's 25th Chaos Communication Congress, an annual four day conference with the slogan "Nothing to hide" reveals everything about the Commodore 64, in 64 minutes. Across 256 slides. The video is now available to download via BitTorrent or FTP. The Commodore 64 is the greatest selling computer of all time; learn how it got there with its quirky hardware, loved by hackers worldwide.
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My C64 days
by SlackerJack on Wed 31st Dec 2008 17:53 UTC
SlackerJack
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2005-11-12

Yes I was at school in the 80's, I had a C64 and loved it, last ninja, International Karate/IK+ where my favorites. The music on C64 was awesome, the two above games had great music tracks, remember how some games had loading music, I think Rob hubbard was one of the best for music on C64.

I sometimes still play C64 games using Vice for Linux, works and looks great considering. Yes the amiga was awesome to, My uncle used to own one, I never owned one myself but I used to use my uncles alot.

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RE: My C64 days
by Zbigniew on Thu 1st Jan 2009 21:17 in reply to "My C64 days"
Zbigniew Member since:
2008-08-28

I think Rob hubbard was one of the best for music on C64.

The tunes made by Ben Daglish are awesome as well.

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