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  • Easy Working: The Planner - Sums

  • Thunder Mountain

    A Commodore 64 game publisher during the late eighties.

  • Wiznet screen

  • 1541 "decadrive"

    New functionality with the Comet 64 Ethernet modem allows you to virtually attach up to ten disks to the modem. It's almost like having a ten-floppy disk drive for your C64.

  • Wico Boss and Epyx 500XY joysticks

    These joysticks have seen a lot of action over the past thirty or so years. I've had to patch up the Boss (aka Gorilla-grip) joysticks a few times - the plastic switches inside always needed fixing. The Epyx joystick is much more reliable, but I found it…

  • 1902A Commodore monitor

    On the screen is the GEOS desktop operating system, for the C64. The 1902A produces a very sharp and colourful image that brings out the best of the C64's video chip.

  • Commodore set-up for Oct 2013

    My current set-up. Not much has changed since last update. I moved the computer down to the pull-out tray and put the printer on the shelf over the disk drives. Much more convenient.

  • Ledger 64 Accounts Summary

  • Ledger 64 Main Menu

  • Mayhem in Monsterland, for the C64

  • MMC64

    This device was designed to give you the ability to easily turn your floppy disks into .D64 disk images - as well as restore .D64 disk images back on to floppy disks. Unfortunately, at least for me, the MMC64 isn't all that reliable. Sometimes it works,…

  • Loadstar Diskettes

    Loadstar was an electronic magazine for the C64, distributed monthly on floppy disk. Along with the many games and utility software in each issues, there were some pretty good articles and how-tos, as well. Subscribers were encourages to send in their o…

  • C128

  • Star Gemini II dot matrix printer

    The Gemini II dot matrix printer, by Star Micronics. This printer could do dot matrix characters, dot matrix graphics, and NLQ (near letter quality) characters. Back in the day, NLQ meant that the characters looked more like those typed on a typewriter,…

  • 1541-II Floppy Disk Drives

  • Star Gemini II printer and GEO-Write test

    Printed this out with my Gemini II printer (manufactured by Star Micronics). The document was created using GEO-Write, the word processor for the GEOS operating system.

  • Commodore Amiga (Power stick?) Joystick

  • Loadstar Compleat CD

    This is the complete archive of the electronic Commodore 68/128 monthly magazine, Loadstar, which was originally published on floppy disks.

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