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 Jun 18, 2004 - 11:24 AM - by Michael
* Commodore World? The Past Lives!

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Don't look now, but the Commodore 64 is back. Commodore World just opened up, and they're selling disk images of old Commodore64 games. Lots of good stuff in there, take a peek and see if there aren't a few gems you're wanting.

It's not quite a complete library, however - both Ghostbusters, and Space Taxi, seem to be missing. Then again, maybe they'll fix that as time goes on.

 

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