When I was growing up, I had the luxury of having the best (cough) 8-bit computer, the wonderful Commodore Plus/4. No-one wrote games for the Plus/4 but they did wrote games for its less capable sister, the Commodore 16. One company that released a fair few C16 games was Uk-based Tynesoft. These game seem to … Unofficial Commodore 16 Tynesoft Games Cart for Gameboy Color released
Rajcsányi László (aka Lacoste) is continuing his quest to seemingly port every C16 and Plus/4 game to the Game Boy Color. The latest is Doug Turner’s The Exploits of Fingers Malone – a platform game where you need to collect keys, open the safe and avoid the baddies. The game isn’t an exact conversation – … Commodore 16’s Fingers Malone gets GBC port
If you had a Commodore Plus/4 then you probably played Icicle Works at some point. It was created by young programmer, Doug Turner, who also went on to make a handful of other games (Fingers Malone, Prospector Pete). Turner is about to launch his first Plus/4 game in nearly 35 years: A sequel to Icicle … Interview with Icicle Works programmer Doug Turner, plus new Plus/4 game!
One day, my dad decided we were going to get a new computer. At this point we had a Commodore VIC-20, but it was getting a bit long in the tooth, and for some reason half the games weren’t working any more. So off we go to the shops. Would we be getting a Commodore … Adding Commodore Plus/4 emulators, YAPE and VICE, to RetroPie
Commodore 16 and Plus/4 owners now have a version of Ultimate’s classic Atic Atac to call their own. Atic Atac was originally launched by Ultimate Play The Game in 1983 for the ZX Spectrum and BBC Micro. In the game, you must search for parts of a key to escape a castle filled with various … Commodore 16 gets verson of Atic Atac
As you might guess from the spelling of colour in the title, I’m from the UK. And in the UK in the eighties only the rich kids had microcomputers with disk drives. The rest of us made-do with cassette tapes. And if you collected computer cassette tapes then there is no way you wouldn’t have … Mastertronic Cassette Colour Codes