Hello C64 friends, below you can check out the pictures showcasing our April 4, 2014 Commodore Computer Club meeting which was our 4 year anniversary.

Check out this pretty cool group shot with most of the Commodore Computer Club meeting regulars including our anniversary C= cake:

C64 Commodore Computer Club

Battle Flappy Bird happening on a Commodore 64c and a breadbin Commodore C64 computer:

Flappy Bird Game Port - C64 Commodore Computer Club

Ghost Busters released by Activsion and programmed by David Crane being played on a C64 with stereo SID chip sound:

Ghost Busters by Activision - C64 Commodore Computer Club

Long time C64 Club members Greg, Mike D. and Morgan socializing at the meeting. You can see our full color club banner flying proudly in the background:

C64 Commodore Computer Club

Michael and George enjoying Commodore cake and Tommy reading up on BASIC programming at the meeting:

C64 Commodore Computer Club

At our 4-year anniversary meeting we had four C64 computers and of course our Commodore Computer Club banner hanging on the wall:

C64 Commodore Computer Club

Jonathan, Conrad and Tommy playing some retro VIC-20 and C64 video games at the Commodore Computer Club club meeting:

VIC-20 Games - C64 Commodore Computer Club

Another shot showing more retro video games being enjoyed on the VIC-20 and C64 computers with JiffyDOS:

C64 Commodore Computer Club

Did somebody say cake? Here is our anniversary Commodore cake up close and personal:

Anniversary Cake - C64 Commodore Computer Club

Jonathan playing some games on the Commodore VIC-20 computer while Charlie watches and learns some new gaming tips:

C64 Commodore Computer Club

Conrad playing games on the Nintendo 64 N64 that was on hand at the C64 Club meeting:

Nintendo 64 N64 - C64 Commodore Computer Club

Space Rocks homebrew being showcased on the Atari 2600 video game console. You can also see Pac-Man 4K and also a Harmony cartridge for the Atari 2600:

Space Rocks Atari 2600 Homebrew Game - C64 Commodore Computer Club

Conrad and Tommy enjoying some light reading of various RUN and Compute magazines on hand at the meeting for everyone to check out:

RUN and Computer Magazines - C64 Commodore Computer Club

This was a real treat, club member Michael showcased his M6800 Development Evaluation Kit II 2 which was pretty cool:

M6800 Development Evaluation Kit II 2 - C64 Commodore Computer Club

Up close and personal with the M6800 Evaluation Development Kit II hardware:

M6800 Evaluation Development Kit II 2 - C64 Commodore Computer Club

Here are some of the items on our buy, sell, trade and free tables which are always a good time:

Buy, Sell, Trade and Free tables - C64 Commodore Computer Club

Michael and Jon checking out the M6800 Development Evaluation Kit II manual while club members are socializing:

M6800 Development Evaluation Kit II Manual - C64 Commodore Computer Club

“Thank you” to everyone from the Pacific Northwest and surrounding area who continue to support and attend our Commodore Computer Club meetings. It’s really appreciated.

Our next scheduled meeting will be May 2, 2014. We hope to see you at the next meeting! Come to learn, come to share.

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