The Commodore 64 should not need any introduction to gaming and computer enthusiasts. This home computer was initially introduced in 1982. Over the years, we have seen plenty of C64 emulators and restoration attempts. Thanks to these 3 C64 apps, you can get a taste of what Commodore 64 was all about on your phone:
Hand BASIC: a coding app compatible with Commodore’s version of BASIC. It runs on your device at full speed with no emulation. It can open files, load/save them, make new directories, and a whole lot more. Through in app purchases, you can take advantage of graphics extensions.
GG Basic: a portable BASIC programming interface based on C64. It supports various graphic commands. It has date/time/music/video functions. You can change font size, color, and other settings.
C64 Sprite Creator: a Commodore 64 pixel art app for iPhone that lets you create cool multi-color sprites. Lets you export your files in various formats, including GIF.
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