The Nintendo SNES Classic Edition went on sale today, but one company is hoping the release hasn’t completely sated your appetite for throwback thrills.
35-years after it’s original release, the Commodore 64 is making a comeback with a Mini machine of its own.
The $80 Commodore 64 Mini, which goes on sale next year, is half the size of the original and will arrive with 64 games (of course) built directly into the system.
Among the C64 classics are California Games, Impossible Mission, Arkanoid and Paradroid.
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Those snapping up the machine will also get a joystick and a HDMI cable for connecting to a television set. Users will also be able to plug in a keyboard or a second joystick using the additional USB port.
The release is coming under license from the German firm Koch Media and will be available early next year.
First released in 1982, the Commodore 64 is the world’s best selling computer ever. Undercutting rivals like the Apple II, it was the first truly affordable home computers.
Here’s the full list of games:
AlleyKat, Anarchy, Armalyte: Competition Edition, Avenger, Battle Valley, Bounder, California Games, Chip’s Challenge, Confuzion, Cosmic Causeway: Trailblazer II, Creatures, Cyberdyne Warrior, Cybernoid II: The Revenge, Cybernoid: The Fighting Machine, Deflektor, Everyone’s A Wally, Firelord, Gribbly’s Day Out, Hawkeye, Heartland, Herobotix, Highway Encounter, Hunter’s Moon, Hysteria, Impossible Mission, Impossible Mission II, Insects In Space, Mega-Apocalypse, Mission A.D, Monty Mole, Monty on the Run, Nebulus, Netherworld, Nobby the Aardvark, Nodes Of Yesod, Paradroid, Pitstop II, Rana Rama, Robin Of The Wood, Rubicon, Skate Crazy, Skool Daze, Slayer, Snare, Speedball, Speedball II: Brutal Deluxe, Spindizzy, Star Paws, Steel, Stormlord, Street Sports Baseball, Summer Games II, Super Cycle, Temple of Apshai Trilogy, The Arc Of Yesod, Thing Bounces Back, Thing on a Spring, Trailblazer, Uchi Mata, Uridium, Who Dares Wins II, Winter Games, World Games, Zynaps.
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