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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 […]

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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,

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Indiana Jones and the Fate of the Bugged Title Tune

Warren ‘Waz’ Pilkington debugs one of Martin Walker’s classic C64 tunes and walks Commodore Format through it step by step…

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.

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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.