Welcome to the world of C64 nostalgia. Here you will find exclusive material about the Commodore 64 home computer that we all know and love. There's detailed information about current and upcoming C64-related events and past developnments within the scene and game culture in general. We at C64.COM aim to save and store an important part of the history of those who played a part in the active era of the Commodore 64. Enjoy your stay!


» February 18th, 2020 - Pad/Genesis Project interviewed
Andreas and Terry is back to give you an interview with our pal Pad of Genesis Project. Here's our favourite quote from the interview: "When I came back on the scene, Magnar let me use CRT's 6510 compiler for some code I wrote in Notepad++. After joining Atlantis, I switched to Kick Assembler to make it easier to share and link code, plus all the other members were using it. So these days, all my coding is done using Sublime and Kick Assembler on the Mac. My definite go-to application for graphics is Pixcen, I love that program, CRT did a great job there. There are also lots of smaller programs I use for different tasks, like PicChar, Exomizer, Marq's PETSCII, Dano's excellent sinus maker called BounceMe, etc." Read the whole interview here »

» January 9th, 2020 - Interview with musician David Warhol
We return with a new interview with musician David Warhol. David are behind titles such as Adventure Construction Set, Bard's Tale II, Pool of Radiance and Ski or Die.

David: "I would always write in the style called for in the game, so for example Pool of Radiance was written in the style of Wagner, the opening to Jetfighter was inspired by the opening to Top Gun before Danger Zone kicks in, and for Mike Wallace's Return To Atlantis, which was an "underwater James Bond", I analysed the famous spy theme down to its molecular core, then changed a few molecules here and there and built it back up to sound like, but not exactly the same as, that famous theme."

Interview by Andreas, proofreading by Terry. Read the interview here »

» May 5th, 2019 - 5 new inlay scans feat. The Last Ninja [Activision]
We're back with five new awesome retouched inlays: Gryzor, The Last Ninja [Activision], Pitstop, Slurpy and Through the Trap Door. Enjoy!

» March 12th, 2019 - 4 new inlay scans
It's time to enjoy some inlay scans again! Enjoy Astro Chase, Bozo's Night Out, Ferrari Formula One and Gogo the Ghost (well, it's going to be hard to enjoy the last one but there you go).

» February 21st, 2019 - Zarch/Danish Science interviewed
We are happy to give you an interview with Zarch/Danish Science. We are happy because Zarch is a cool guy and the interview is fun and nostalgic. Just look at this excerpt: "A few weeks later at school, I suddenly saw a police car in the playground from my classroom window. I was sure they were coming to pick me up, because of the stamp incident. I sneaked out of school, ran home, and hid all my disks inside my parents' sofa." That's some funny shit right there! We know that there's quite a few of you who've also had a stamp incident, so please go on and enjoy the whole interview here »

We are also happy because the publication of this interview marks the return of Andreas who has agreed to do interviews for C64.COM again – and he already got three other interviews in the can! It's like you never left, bro. The interview was proof-read once again by the always surpassing Terry.

» December 12th, 2018 - Five new awesome inlay scans
We hear your feedback! You love inlay scans, so here's five more for you to enjoy: Hunchback 2, Hunchback the Adventure, Lightforce, Questprobe 1: The Hulk and Spy School.

» December 5th, 2018 - 5 new inlay scans
We're back to stun you with five awesome carefully retouched inlays! Take a look at: Carry on Laughing, The Dam Busters, The Empire Strikes Back, Express Raider and Fox Fights Back.

» June 1st, 2018 - Five new inlays feat. Wasteland
The first update of summer is a collection of five carefully retouched inlay scans for your entertainment. And the five are: Rock n' Bolt, Superstar Ice Hockey, Tarzan, The Train Escape to Normandy and Wasteland. Enjoy this beautiful art!

» May 8th, 2018 - BHF tribute by Shape uploaded
Our friend BHF of Hoaxers passed away recently. It still feels unreal that such a nice guy is gone. We miss him dearly but are happy to see Shape's new tribute demo to him. Bård, rest in peace. Check out the demo here »

» May 2nd, 2018 - 21 new demos from Offence, Fairlight and Prosonix
It's been too long since we did a proper demo update so here is the first of many to come. We decided to focus on demos mainly from the untouchable trio Offence, Fairlight and Prosonix who have cooperated on some of the absolute best demos that's been released on the C64 the last couple of years.

Remember that the stuff you see here was done on the same machine that was released in 1982. Of course, new PC tools makes it much easier to create demos these days, but you don't need added hardware or anything like that to enjoy this. Open up a beer and enjoy the show »

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