Commodore 64

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A Commodore 64 home computer.

The Commodore 64 (sometimes abbreviated C64) is an 8-bit home computer created by Commodore International and introduced in January 1982. Though most of the Eamon game series was built to run on the Apple II series, a few developers used the Commodore 64 as the basis for Eamon ports or other related projects, notably including Imagery!, an Eamon-like text adventure game created by Roy Riggs. Paul Hollander also used the C64 for his Eamon port.

Model history

The Commodore 64 logo.
  • Commodore 64 – released January 1982
  • Commodore MAX – released 1982
  • Commodore Educator 64 – released 1983
  • Commodore SX-64 – A portable version released December 1983.
  • Commodore C128 – Released early 1985
  • Commodore 64C – Released late 1986
  • Commodore 64 Games System – Released 1990

In adventures

A Commodore computer appears in A Trip to Fort Scott by William Trent.

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