Greetings Northwest retro Commodore computing friends! Here are some of the highlights from our August 5, 2016 Commodore Computer Meeting:

Below are some of the pictures taken that showcase the good times had by all at the August 5, 2016 C64 Club meeting, enjoy!

Commodore Computer Club members, friends and guests having a great time at the meeting playing games and socializing:

C64 Friends Retro Video Game Time - Commodore Computer Club

Here’s another picture showcasing C64 Club members, friends and guests having a fun time at the meeting playing retro video games and socializing:

PDX Users Group PDXCUG - Commodore Computer Club

Morgan playing a game of KLAX on his new Atari Lynx II color handheld portable console:

Morgan and his Atari Lynx II KLAX Game - Commodore Computer Club

Michael playing some C64 video games with his two boys. So nice to intruduce a new generation of kids to the wonderful world of Commodore and other retro computers:

Game Time Retro Console Games - Commodore Computer Club

Aaron all smiles with his Amiga 600 HD and two Atari II Lynx color portable consoles with the McWill LCD screen modifications:

Aaron's Amiga 600HD - Commodore Computer Club

Commodore Computer Club members Doug, Morgan and Aaron enjoying some Pied Piper Pizza for dinner before Joe Decuir’s Amiga hardware presentation starts:

Pied Piper Pizza Food - Commodore Computer Club

Aaron and Joe Decuir relaxing before Joe’s Amiga hardware architecture presentation:

Aaron and Joe Decuir - Commodore Computer Club

C64 Club members playing the game Flappy Bird on the Commodore 64c computer:

Flappy Bird C64 Game - Commodore Computer Club

Marcus, Brooke and Paul playing Leisure Suit Larry on the Commodore Amiga 1200:

Amiga 1200 Leisure Suit Larry Game - Commodore Computer Club

Clay playing a game of Moon Patrol on the C64c computer using the EasyFlash 3 cartridge:

Clay playing Moon Patrol - Commodore Computer Club

Michael trying out a recently found unreleased C64 prototype game from 1989 on the Commodore SX-64 Executive computer:

Michael playing SX-64 Game - Commodore Computer Club

Check out Commodore Computer Club member Doug’s Amiga Trumpcard (Donald Trump?) 500 AT and the Amiga Supra Turbo 28:

Amiga Trumpcard 500 AT Supra Turbo28 Donald Trump - Commodore Computer Club

Marcus and Brooke are all smiles at the Commodore Computer Club meeting. See, girls do like retro computers and video games :)

Marcus and Brooke Leisure Suit Larry - Commodore Computer Club

C64 Club members enjoying a little gametime at the meeting. Always a fun time!

C64 SX-64 Executive - Commodore Computer Club

Opening slide for the Joe Decuir Amiga hardware architecture presentation:

Joe Decuir Amiga hardware architecture - Commodore Computer Club

One of great the Atari engineers Joe Decuir doing his presentation on Amiga hardware architecture at the Commodore Computer Club meeting:

Atari Engineer Joe Decuir Amiga Presentation - Commodore Computer Club

Joe Decuir doing his rockstar Amiga presentation while Commodore Computer Club members, guests and friends watch and learn about early hardware design techniques:

Atari Engineer Joe Decuir - Commodore Computer Club

Another picture showing the good sized crowd of people enjoying Joe Decuir’s Amiga presentation at the C64 Club meeting:

Joe Decuir Presentation Crowd - Commodore Computer Club

Joe Decuir discussing key features for Amiga computer animation during his Commodore Computer Club presentation:

Key Features For Amiga Animation - Commodore Computer Club

C64 Club members and guests watching and listening to Joe Decuir’s awesome Amiga hardware presentation:

Joe Decuir Presentation - Commodore Computer Club

Commodore Computer Club members and guests Doug, Marcus, Clay and Aaron discussing the Amiga Trumpcard 500 AT and Supra Turbo28:

Doug, Marcus, Clay, Aaron - Commodore Computer Club

Aaron carrying his Amiga 500 computer Bonus Pack like a 1980’s boombox radio. You can see Marcus and Joe Decuir in the background laughing. Such a great picture!

Amiga 500 Bonus Pack - Commodore Computer Club

“Thank You” to everyone from the PDX and surrounding areas who have continued to support and attend the Commodore Computer Club meetings over the past 6+ years. It’s really appreciated.

We hope to see you at the next meeting! Come to learn, come to share.

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