- Platform: TV Plug & Play
- PEGI Rating: Unknown
- Media: Video Game
Commodore 64 - Plug n Play TV Games
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- Play classic C64 games direct through your TV or VCR!
- Features 30 full colour classic games (see below for details)
- Very quick loading time as games load up from memory (unlike the original C64 tapes!)
- No computer or additional software required
- Features hidden extras (or 'Easter Eggs') built into the unit!
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"This gadget is based on the classic Commodore 64 and it's so popular in the US that 40,000 were sold on the first day of release." -- Sun Online, Dec 17, 2004
The original C64 is recognised by the Guinness Book Of Records as the highest selling home computer of all time with sales exceeding 30 million units (approximately 6 million of which were sold in the UK alone!). So, you can't fail to impress with this unit which plugs direct into your TV or video whether it be for a hard-core gamer or just someone who wants to hark back to the 'good old days' the Commodore 64 DTV makes a great present!
Built-In Games: Bull Riding, Championship Wrestling, Cyberdyne Warrior, Cybernoid, Cybernoid II, Eliminator, Exolon, Firelord, Flying Disc, Gateway to Apshai, Impossible Mission, Impossible Mission 2, Jumpman Junior, Paradroid, Pitstop, Pitstop 2, Ranarama, Silicon Warrior, Speedball, Summer Games, Sumo Wrestling, Super Cycle, Surfing, Sword of Fargoal, Tower Toppler, Uridium, Winter Games, World Karate Champion A, World Karate Champion B, Zynaps
N.B. This unit is the NTSC (US) version as the PAL (UK) version isn't even available yet! (and won't be until Summer 2005). However, it works with most TVs manufactured over the last five years.See all Product description
Top customer reviews
The games are faithful to the original, even the original loading screen is present. Effectively, this is a C64 on a chip!
The output is an RGB lead with mono sound.
My only criticisms would be that the joystick can be a bit stiff to try and use, it doesn't move as freely as real C64 joysticks did.
Also, the battery casing is held on by a screw. As it takes 4x AA batteries, I use rechargeables, it is a bit of a pain getting a screwdriver out every time the batteries run low.