Today I’m going into detail about a neat little cheating cartridge for the Commodore 64. This is Game Killer, a sprite collision disabler cartridge from RobTek in 1986.
Disk label artwork for Super Mario Bros 64 for Commodore 64.
Super Mario Bros 64 for Commodore 64 – Killgruz Today I’m taking a look at this fantastic port of Super Mario Bros for the Commodore 64. This was ported by ZeroPaige and released on April 18th, 2019. Grab a download in the original thread here: https://www.lemon64.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=71262
Tiger Claw is a freeware Commodore 64 game developed by LazyCow. This game was released as an entry in the C64 16KB Cartridge Game Development Competition 2014. This game seems to be inspired by the game Bruce Lee and is really fun. You are awesome Lazycow! You can grab this game here: http://lazycow.de/tigerclaw/index.html
This is an unprepared, off the cuff look at some of my favorite VIC-20 games.
Join me as I screw around, talk nonsense, and play some random games on my Amiga 1000. Totally unprepared, off the cuff video right here.
Ah, the good ol’ Giana Sisters. If you’re unfamiliar with this game, hopefully after watching my review of it you’ll know a little about this game. I personally never had a C64 growing up, I was an NES kid. Actually, I hadn’t even heard of the Commodore 64 until probably the mid 90’s or so,…