VirtualC64 turns your Apple Macintosh into a Commodore 64. Both PAL and NTSC are emulated with a strong emphasis on PAL emulation accuracy. Due to cycle-accurate emulation, high emulation accuracy is achieved.
C64 Dreams is a curated collection of 3000 Commodore 64 games, as well as a collection of SID tracks, demoscene demos, magazines, and diskmags; Launchbox is used to organize them.
The Commodore 64 is an 8-bit home computer introduced in January 1982 by Commodore International. It has been listed in the Guinness World Records as the highest-selling single computer model of all time, with independent estimates placing the number sold between 10 and 17 million units. Volume production started in early 1982. Preceded by the Commodore VIC-20 and Commodore PET, the C64 took its name from its 64 kilobytes of RAM. It had superior sound and graphical specifications compared to other earlier systems such as the Apple II and Atari 800, with multi-color sprites and a more advanced sound processor.
Denise is a cycle accurate and platform independant c64 / amiga emulator.
At the moment c64 disk, tape, cartridge and prg files are supported. features like savestates are not available yet.
My motivation for this project is understanding how it works and write clean and easy readable code.
I dont't sacrifice accuracy or code readability for excecution speed, so you need a fast machine to get it fullspeed.
The project is influenced by the design of the emulator higan.
I have reached the first checkpoint in my personal retro trip. Back in days the c64 was my first computer and I couldn't afford a disk drive. Thats why I spent a lot of time in playing turbo tape games. I had fun in creating tapes with my favourite games. The emulator can do this now,
VIC-20 Listings is an archive of type-in games, utilities and other programs for the Commodore VIC-20 home computer, that were published in various books and magazines during the 1980s. These programs are often overlooked or missing from other collections of retro computer software. There are currently 1,695 programs in the collection.
The aim is to make each program available for download together with details of who wrote it, where the listing was published, any special requirements, and brief instructions. Each program is kept as close to the original listing as possible. Obvious syntax errors have been fixed and occasionally some guesswork is involved in reconstructing missing or unreadable symbols, but other features like spelling mistakes and misaligned text are often left exactly as they were in the original listing.
A Gamebase collection of all intros found at http://intros.c64.org. Currently the collection has 9350 entries, but it is still in development, so expect an update soon! A script that reorganizes the intros package offered at http://intros.c64.org for easy browsing with a 1541 Ultimate cartridge.
The manual covering the installation and usage of the GameBase64 Collection. The manual can be read online and downloaded for printing your own booklet.
A set of scripts that integrates OpenCBM in the GameBase frontend. With OpenCBM, C64 file archives (like D64 files) can be written to real floppies using a Windows PC and a connected Commodore floppy drive. GBXfer adds this feature to GameBase. Select the game you want to play, right click the Play Game button and choose "Transfer to real floppy". The selected game will automatically be transferred to a real 5.25" floppy for playing that game on real hardware.
A GameBase collection containing all kinds of Commodore 64 software except games and demos. Games and demos are already covered in The GameBase Collection and DemoBase C64.
APPSnTOOLSbase64 is the collection of Commodore 64 software for the serious Commodore user!
With Personal C64 you can execute your old C64 programs on the PC. Currently almost all applications work, and 85% of the games run as well. Programs with built-in disk speeders and copy protected software (like Geos) won't work until in version 2.0.