Shredz64 is a modern day game for the Commodore 64 that makes use of the Playstation guitar controller hooked through the PSX64. Its design is modeled against the popular “Guitar Hero” series, geared toward the ability to play along to your favorite C64 SID music on the guitar.

Here are a few highlights of Shredz64 designed and programmed by Toni Westbrook being enjoyed at previous Commodore Computer Club meetings:

Shredz64 game loading screen being displayed on a Commodore 1702 color monitor:

Shredz64 loading screen - Commodore Computer Club

Kevin Savetz rocking like a hurricane while playing Shredz64:

Kevin Savetz playing Shredz64 - Commodore Computer Club

Who you gonna call? Ghostbusters! (being played via Shredz64):

Shredz64 Gameplay - Commodore Computer Club

Nick and Earl Evans (Retrobits Podcast) playing the song Axel F on Shredz64:

Kevin and Earl playing Shredz64 - Commodore Computer Club

Looking back it’s been a while since we’ve played some Shredz64 at PDX Commodore Users Group meetings, so I’m thinking we should start breaking it out again.

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