Do you want tools? Sure you do! This extensive collection
of C64 tools are avalible for the Amiga, PC, MAC, BeOS,
Unix and OS/2 systems. Program example: "C64-Connect"
is the fastest and most convenient way to transfer C64
(one file) programs between PC and C64. Go get it!
Ex-Zzap! editor Gordon Houghton's Zzap! and C64 pages.
If you're serious about your C64 music, you must check this site out. Everything you buy helps support the C64 composers, and most of the CD's are professionally pressed and mastered. And where else can you buy video of C64hq's Andreas Wallström? ;)
This site holds a wide collection of C64 tunes in midi
format, lots of screen grabs, and some cool tunes for
your Nokia phone (Sanxion is recommended).
Slaygon provides virtual hosts for lots of sites - just
check the stats! You'll also find SlayRadio and SidFind
on the site.
CCS emulates everything really good and there has never
been any problems running it. Who else could have done
it this good if not Per-Håkan Sundell (the man
behind Computerbrains Cracking Service). Salutes!!
If you're really deep, deep into the C64 nostalgia thing,
you can't live without this site. Cocos is your one
stop resource for Commodore 64 related websites.
Mainly it's a collection of photos of C64 composers,
but many of the composers also made an audio-file with
greetings to their fans.
The Epyx/Summer Games homepage
This is a tribute page to Epyx. Read the story about
the company and why they went bankrupt. There's also
an interview with Stephen H Landrum (Pitstop 2, Summer
This site has collected games with sexual content. They
also have slide shows and animations, with the "classics"
Swedish Erotica by Mr Software and Farm Song by TMC.
Voltage SID Collection
There are over 27,000 SID tunes on this site. It has
the largest and best collection of music produced on
the Commodore 64. Can it get better than listening to
your favourite tunes while working with your computer?
I think these guys were the first to put up a site
with interviews done with our C64 heroes. They have
been able to locate a lot of old game and demo producers,
on both C64 and Amiga, and therefore having a lot of
A site dedicated to crack-intros from all the legendary
groups as well as the less known ones. The site has
over 1,900 intros online.
This is a fun site, and yes, it's a tribute page to
the Last Ninja games. Has updates, news, rumours, manuals,
artwork (a really great section) and information on
Last Ninja 4! A must for the dedicated.
This is a site dedicated to providing a reference to
Mastertronics famous range of budget games software,
incorporating the 199 Range, Adventurer, Mastertronic
Added Dimension, Plus, Virgin-Mastertronic and export
This site is run by C64 game programmer and musician
TND. There's plenty of stuff to download, including
his own games.
GRG and his team-mates in Nostalgia has released quite
a few quality versions of old games like Double Dragon,
Meanstreak and Zig Zag. But they have also done a couple
of demos and music collections that's worth checking
We haven't totally forgotten about the Mac users. If
you want to play games on your Macintosh, Power64 is
the only emulator you need. Go fetch!
Jack Alien and the guys in Remember's one goal is to
release quality versions of classical C64 games. I tell
you, if you ever want to play your favourite game, make
sure you get their version if available.
Remix64 is where everything comes together across the
scene. Top remixers and enthusiasts often spend much
of their time discussing related issues within the forum.
They have the largest interviewing database of any C64
related site, reports on events, reviews of commercial
CD's, a tutorial section, up-to-date news, monthly editorials
To play your favourite SID tunes, you need a player.
Sidplay is one solution, avalible for many platforms.
Our old mate Daniel Hansson and his friends has built
this one amazing machine called the Sidstation. It's
a MIDI-controlled synthesizer with realtime controllers.
The heart of the synthesizer is the sound generating
chip from the classic home computer Commodore 64 (SID).
If you're a fan of sport games for the C64, this is
the place to go.
This is my favourite emulator, because it has a lot
of neat features. Except from the C64, it also emulates
C128, VIC 20, most PET models and CBM-II.
Demo scene related
These pages are about the finnish demo group Beyond
Force, about how it all started back in 1988 and the
groups current status.
The group was found in 1986, and while working both
on legal and illegal sides of scene, Byterapers was
to become one of the most famous groups on the C64 (not
only because of their demos, but because of their intense
partying). This site tells you about the history, members
and releases from Byterapers.
The creators of the Wonderland series and Shock magazine
have a website up, but it hasn't been updated for a
while and there's a few broken links. It's not the best,
it's not the worst, but a must for any fan of the group.
The philosophy behind this site is to give an overview
of the best C64 scene productions out there (and not
to provide a near-complete archive). On it, you'll find
a collection of demos with screenshots,
sid tunes, ratings and comments.
On this site you'll find the groups' history, most
of their releases (including the two rare cracks they
did), an all-time member list, loads of pictures from
various parties and meetings and also a few stories
from the past. Since 1997.
G*P were active in both the demo and cracking scene,
and released two success disk-mags called Sex'n'Crime
and Corruption. Read about the groups past, the old
members and how Anticrist and The Sorceress went from
swapping games to sharing a life together. Aw, it's
Eldorado made these guys world famous. Elysion established
them as one of the best demo groups ever. Read about
the groups past, it's members and download their releases.
Everyone should have them!
Anonym and the lads stunned us in the beginning of the
90's with the excellent Torture demos and they're one
of few groups that's still active.
Those who has not heard of the Radwar parties
before, raise your hands. Radwar has an interesting
past and have had the best people working for them.
Why not take a look?
one of the most famous groups on the C64 ever. They're
still going, but the magic surrounding the group is
no longer there. On this site you'll find lots of releases,
an all-time member list, Illegal issues, SIDs and lots
We remember these guys because of demos like Another
Perfect Demo, No Sleep 2 and Microsleep. They were one
of the best groups in Sweden around 1988 and who can
forget all the boasting and slagging in their scrollers?
Mastertronic ex-employee and financial controller Anthony
Guter has his own webpage which for instance includes
the excellent story he's written about his years at
If you love game music and Barrys' work, this is a site
you must visit, simply because it contains a big MP3
archive and a huge MOD archive. Also read about his
roadtrip and about his work on The Royal Potty.
Ben is king. And the king has his own homepage, totally
dedicated to his music. You can download a couple MIDIs
which represents the things he's been doing the last
years. You'll also find a story about his past. It's
brief, but jolly nice to read. Oh, I didn't tell you
why Ben is the king... Bah, go figure.
This classic C64 composer who is responsible for titles
like Giana Sisters and Jinks, has put up a page that
is a feast to any fan of his work. You'll find information
about his old work, including the classic CDs Shades
and Rainbows, as well as information about his latest
Chris programmed some unforgetable classics
on the C64. Rebounder and Future Knight for Gremlin
Graphics, Advanced Pinball Simulator for Code Masters,
Saint & Greavsie for Code Design Ltd. On this site,
you'll learn a lot about Chris and his work, both past
They put little Dizzy to life. On this website you can
read the history of Philip and Andrew Oliver and their
work. A must for any fans of Dizzy or them twins.
You probably know this guy better by the name of Sir'86,
and now, he has put up a webpage with all of his C64
loadingscreens and personal C64 art from the mid to
late 1980's. "I may not be animated, but at least
I'm in COLOUR!" - You just gotta love it!
Big then, big now. Activision equals quality and so
their home on the net is really special. Check out their
Commodore 64 15 Pack which includes games like Decathlon
and Master of the Lamps, ready to be played direct on
your PC! Support the cause!
This is a suprisingly crappy page (navigation is terrible).
They could do a lot better. But they're still alive,
The Bitmap Bros are best known to us for making Xenon
and Speedball. On their homepage, they have a softography.
It's small, but it's there.
You better believe it! Cinemaware was re-established
in 2000 by game industry veterans responsible for hits
like MechWarrior 2 and Interstate 76. Cinemaware intends
to create new games based on the classic Cinemaware
catalogue as well as original games in the same spirit
of the originals. Defender of the Crown, Wings... Simply
The Darling brothers have been able to keep their company
successful and their website is quite good (if you like
to read about the games they do today). Codemasters
bought Sensible Software and took Jon Hare onboard
to make him head of some division. Jon is involved in another company these days tho.
Was built up by Jeremy Smith, Kev Norburn and Greg Holmes.
They employed C64 superstars like Chris Shrigley, Andy
Green and Terry Lloyd. They're most know for Lara Croft
of course, but they have a history of several top hits
like Rick Dangerous and Chuck Rock.
In the old days, EA stood for quality all the way through,
Skate or Die, Archon and One on One to name a few.
They are one of those those companies that gave us a
numerous unforgetable titles like Commando, Bomb Jack
and Ghosts'n Goblins. Their website is new since March
1999 and a lot better than the one they had before.
Send them a mail and tell them to come back to the C64.
They are still there! God damn! The page really sucks,
but it holds information on the new Pocket PC version of Boulder Dash.
Oh, yeah baby! Jeff Minter has re-launched the greatest
company of them all. I'm a proud owner of many games
from this man, and are looking forward to see what the
future will bring. Go, Minter, go!
They've been around since 1981 and they were the ones
that gave us classics like The Way of the Exploding
Fist and Rock'n Wrestle.
Rare are in a league of their own and the good news
is that they have an excellent retro page! Mostly Speccy
stuff, but Rare used to be Ultimate Play the Game, so
Yes, Sierra did do games for the C64 in the early days.
BC's Quest for Tires, Crossfire and Frogger are just
a few of those titles. The company has grown big and they have
this big site. But it seem like the bigger the company
is, the less fun is their website, because there's really
no cool things on it.
Well, they are actually called Studio 3 Interactive
now (which is really stupid since System 3 is a great
name). The site hasn't been updated for ages. Has the company been put to rest?
Audio - because of the fab Back in Time CD's.
Ninja Archives - the animations are hilarious!
» Sidplay - because you should play SID
music everyday and everywhere.
» Sir'86 - look at his beautiful loading-screens.