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Wednesday, October 12, 2016

Pantheon 5.108 is available for download

Commodore PET emulator is fully functional and now you can experience some of the oldest games for home computers. This are simple games which are almost 40 years old, but they are still fun to play:

Acey Deucy, Acrobat, Adventureland, Air Attack, Alien Attack, Aliens!, Ambush!, Arrow, Backgammon, Bat!, Bomber, Boswain, Brick Wall, Casino Blackjack, Checkers!, Chess Game, Cosmic Cosmiads, Count to 100, Crazy Ballon, Dambuster, Debris, Dodgems, Dragon Island, Duel, Dungeon, Eliza, Enigma, Everest, Fball, Ferry, Fire!, Frog Race, G-Word, Gammon, GoMoku, Gremlin, Guess It, Guessing Game, Hangman, Hanoi, Heart Racer, Hexapawn, Hunt the Wumpus, Imphex, Jack Black, Joust, Kalah, King Tut's Tomb, Kingdom, Labyrinth, Leap, LEM, Light Cycles, M-Maze, Match, Meteor, Millipede, Miser, Mission 2001, Mount St. Helens, Nab!, Nightmare Park, Number Toe, Othello, Ouranos!, Pegboard, PET Nuclear Power Plant, Pinball, Ping Pong, Police!, Pong, Quix, Race, Race Track, Rail, Ratrun, Revers!, Reverse, Reverser, S-Racer, Safe!, Sheep, Shooter, Siege, Ski, Slot, Sorcerer's Castle, Space, Space Ace, Space Invader, Space Invaders, Spot, Star Trek, Starburst, Street Bomber, Super Glooper, Super Trek, Target Pong, Tetris, The Mad Bomber, The Wizards Castle, Tic Tac Toe, Time Trek, Torpedeo, Toss, Typing Practice, Yahtzee, Zone X

Heart Racer for Commodore PET

Friday, October 7, 2016

Commodore C16 - Plus/4 emulator in development

Commodore C16 and Plus/4 were released in 1984. The C16 intended to be an entry-level computer to replace the VIC-20, while Plus/4 was the flagship computer of the line, intended to replace C64. The C16 was a flop in the US and was discontinued within a year, but it sold reasonably well in Europe as a low-end game machine. Commodore Plus/4 was a flop on both, US and European market.

Commodore C16 and Plus/4 featured a version of the original 6502 CPU named 7501, and a new video chip named TED. With 16 colors, and 16 shades of color, they had an amazing 128 colors available. Their sound capabilities were poor, only a two-voice square wave generator. Despite their poor performance on the market, hundreds of C16 and Plus/4 games are available today.

I've been working on Commodore C16 and Plus/4 emulator for almost four weeks and it is almost fully functional.

Bomb Jack for Commodore C16

Haziasan - demo for Commodore Plus/4