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|Just as in Commodore 64 games, where you need great skill and
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|Thanks to a generous donation by an anonymous veteran, we are happy to present you the oldest scene materials that have been displayed on “Got Papers?” up to now. They stem from a time when the Amiga home computer was new and exciting, when the boundaries between “legal” and “illegal” were virtually non-existing, when it was perfectly okay to sell cracked games and still be a respected scene member, and when some of the nowadays legendary cracking groups were still in their infancy. These artifacts are so ephemeral that it’s only by chance that they survived until now. These ten stickers and paper cuttings are just one portion of the materials donated. |
Featuring stickers from 1001, Future Projects, Radwar Enterprises, and many more!
|AJ Heller and I spoke to Commodore Business Machines, i.e. CEO Massimo Canigiani and General Manager Paolo Besser! They are speaking on resurrecting the brand and what they hope to accomplish with the brand and their new PET smartphone.|
So check it out guys and enjoy!
|http://intros.c64.org/ was updated again - 100 new intros and 26 new groups.|
|The Ultimate C64 Scene Mag Archive is back again after a long delay. Update 10 is now available, featuring 2.6GB of new disk and paper scene magazines.|
This update includes long lost editions of magazines such as CCCP, Iguana, Illegal, Pirates and Stolen Data along with an assortment of bug-fixes and other extremely rare findings.
You can visit the main archive via http://mags.c64.org or simply grab the archive update directly via:
|We just released Scene World issue #25! It's the largest ever one! with 4 disk sides ! It's so big, we had to split it into 2 issues. 25.1 and 25.2 , so to read the 2nd part of all articles, please load them by loading 25.2!|
This time we focus on Donkey Kong players and arcade and game music and the demoscene with our interviews, Video and Audio interviews are on our youtube channel and can be seen on our interviews subpage as well: http://sceneworld.org
Also, we have guest articles, like the history of the internet in Iran by Atusa Az and finally a VCFe meeting report by Thomas Schulz and a Vienna Meeting Report by our staff member Stefan Egger! Also Paweł Ruczko included an info chapter about the upcoming RetroComp/LoadError demoscene party! And a lot lot more ! Check it out!