Commodore 64

VR64

This Hack Brings Virtual Reality to the Commodore 64

What’s next? VR for graphing calculators?
Jason Johnson
9.14.17
100 Deaths

8-Bit Philosophizing in ‘The Forbidden Forest’

Existential explorations of video gaming demise.
Robert Florence
5.20.17
Music

It's Friday. Listen to This Dope Song Made on a Commodore 64

It also comes with a built-in visualizer that makes the glitchpunk visuals of 'Watch Dogs 2' look boring.
Jordan Mallory
4.21.17
Commodore 64

This 80s MMO Needs Your Help to Stay Alive

'Habitat' needs your Java skills.
Nicole Carpenter
2.7.17
The Flame in the Flood

The 63-Year-Old Retiree Who Broke A Game Looking for The End of the World

How one retiree's obsession with 'The Flame in the Flood' encapsulates a lifetime of enjoying digital worlds.
Lewis Gordon
2.1.17
Art

Now You Can Commodore 64-ify Your Logo

New media artist Stijn Peeters resurrects the Commodore 64’s distinctive video game typography.
DJ Pangburn
9.12.16
Gaming

Video Games Are Better Than Ever So Why Are We Trying to Revisit the Past?

The Vega+ and Commodore PET phone show us that some gaming memories are better off as, well, memories.
Ian Dransfield
3.17.16
Deep Ass Questions

Go Flop Yourself: Is the Future of Retro Music Being Made with Floppy Discs?

Everything that is old—and technologically outdated—becomes new again.
Noelle Solange Didierjean
3.7.16
videos

How Old-School Computer Graphics Overcame the Limited RAM of Early Machines

In this explainer, see how clever engineers jumped through hoops to provide you with glorious color.
Rachel Pick
8.19.15
Film

This Documentary Explores the Life of Commodore Creator Jack Tramiel

The father of the best-selling personal computer built machines "for the masses not the classes."
Emiko Jozuka
7.20.15
VICE vs Video games

How Ocean Software Finally Made Movie-License Video Games Worth Playing

For years, games based on films were terrible. But then came quite the sea change.
Ewen Hosie
5.20.15
Art

Raquel Meyers' Vivid Artworks Are Made On A Hacked Commodore 64

The very old, very dead gaming computer is very much alive in the artworks of online fan communities.
Johnny Magdaleno
5.15.14
0102