Those who grew up in late 80s, early 90s know what Commodore 64 or Atari meant to them. Commodore 64 was a computer gaming arcade that shifted kids attention from an outdoor coin-operated entertainment machines to home based big TV screens and quickly became one stop choice for every game loving kid all over the world in no time.
Earlier this year, we posted the news about Atari making a comeback, now mini Commodore 64 is expected to rock the show again in 2018, Engadget reports.
Retro Games is going to launch a mini version of Commodore 64 named ‘C64 Mini’, a computer which was once world’s best selling single computer in 1982. It will be available in 1st quarter of 2018, with a price of only $70. The new Mini C64 will still be able to connect to any modern TV just like it used to do in old times.
Featuring high-definition output via HDMI, a classic style joystick and 64 built-in games including classics like Uridium, Paradroid, Hawkeye, Nebulus and Monty Mole.
The website is already setup here at https://thec64.com/ for Commodore 64 arrival in 2018.