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Commodore 64 fan clubs from the ’90s

Commodore Format’s look at C64 fan clubs from the ’90s! Codemasters Cartoon Club, Zeppelin Air Crew Club and F.I.5.H – the James Pond Club.

In 1993, there was an official McDonald’s game for the Commodore 64

In part two of our series about  strange C64 licenses, we take a look at how Virgin turned a burger joint into an 8-bit computer game – and discover both […]


The making of Monty Python’s Flying Circus for the Commodore 64

A look at the Monty Python game for the Commodore 64, and a chat with game designer Simon Phipps about the experience,

The Commodore magazine story: Commodore Force (1992/3-1994)

The history of Commodore Force, which replaced ZZAP! 64 in 1993 and ran until March 1994.


The story of the British computer magazine cover tape

The story of 8-bit games magazine covertapes in the UK, with a particular focus on the Commodore 64 and Commodore Format.

Midnight Resistance for the Commodore 64 is absolutely incredible

A look at the C64 conversion of the arcade game Midnight Resistance.

Mayhem In Monsterland: the full story

One game, above all others, is intrinsically linked with Commodore Format: the 100% rated platformer, Mayhem In Monsterland. We’ve probably talked about it more than any other title here on the Commodore […]