Below are the highlights with photos from our July 6, 2012 Commodore Computer Club and Users Group meeting:

  • Played classic video games on multiple Commodore 64’s and 64c’s
  • The “Wives Club” with board games, cards, socializing, etc.
  • Game time using Commodore Flyer’s
  • VIC-20 game time using the Mega-Cart loaded with 100’s games

Retro computing and gaming presentations:

PDX Commodore Computer Club members and guests also enjoyed:

  • Show and Tell with club member hardware, software and more
  • Tinker Time: Hacking, Coding, Exploring new hardware, Cleaning of equipment
  • A lot of buy, sell, trade and free deals took place
  • All you can eat Pied Piper Pizza dinner buffet

Check out some of our Commodore Club meeting pictures below. Enjoy!

Even though it was a long 4th of July weekend, we still had a pretty nice turnout for our Commodore Computer Club meeting:

C64 Friends - Commodore Computer Club

Conrad’s Commodore 128D computer with built in 1571 playing a little Pac-Man loaded from a real floppy disk from the 1980’s:

Commodore 128D 128 D Pac-Man game - Commodore Computer Club

Playing a little Pole Position on the Commodore 64 (C64) computer thanks to the homebrew EasyFlash cartridge:

C64 Pole Position video game cartridge - Commodore Computer Club

Here we have a Commodore Flyer connected to the C64 Club wireless network at the meeting for everyone to access Commodore Live retro gaming fun:

Commodore Online Gaming Server by CommodoreLive - Commodore Computer Club

Ivan showing off his newly acquired Amiga 1000 floppy drive. He plans on adding a LED activity light to the drive mechanism:

Amiga 1000 Floppy Drive - Commodore Computer Club

Kevin Savetz doing his Atari 800 XL computer demo and presentation at the PDX Commodore Users Group and Computer Club meeting:

Kevin Savetz Atari 800 XL computer demo and presentation - Commodore Computer Club

Here is an up close and personal picture showing off Kevin’s Atari 800 XL computer with the Pac-Man homebrew cartridge:

Atari 800 XL - Commodore Computer Club

In this next photo, we can see Kevin’s giant tub of Atari 800 XL game and utility cartridges:

Atari 800 XL game cartridges - Commodore Computer Club

Chris P. giving Robotron 2084 on the Commodore VIC-20 a try using the Mega-Cart loaded with everything ever produced on disk, tape and cartridge for the VIC 20 computer:

VIC-20 Robotron 2084 - Commodore Computer Club

Commodore C64 Friends and Club member socializing during tinker time at our monthly retro computer user group meeting:

C64 Friends and Club member socializing - Commodore Computer Club

Chris T. hacking away on the Commodore VIC-20 computer setup at the meeting for everyone to use and enjoy:

Hacking VIC-20 - Commodore Computer Club

Tommy all smiles while he plays the game Barbie for the Sega Genesis (Sega CDX) loaded from the EverDrive-MD cartridge:

Barbie for the Sega Genesis - Commodore Computer Club

C64 Club member Dan socializing with other members and guests who attended the meeting:

C64 Friends Socializing - Commodore Computer Club

Jeff Hoag aka MegaWinner and his lovely lady Kris enjoying some Pied Piper Pizza at the Vancouver, WA Commodore Computer Club meeting:

Jeff Hoag MegaWinner - Commodore Computer Club

“Stay for a while… stay forever!!!” – Impossible Mission being played on the Commodore 64 computer by Seth while Kevin Savetz and Chris T. cheer him on:

Impossible Mission C64 game - Commodore Computer Club

Here we can see The Sega Master System Encyclopedia by Author Derek Slaton, Sega CDX and EverDrive-MD that was showcased at the meeting:

Sega Genesis EverDrive-MD Deluxe Edition - Commodore Computer Club

Huge box of Commodore 64 floppy disks. Seen in the photo is the game Dr. Doom’s Revenge!

Dr. Doom's Revenge C64 Game disk - Commodore Computer Club

Check it out! Multiple Commodore Blue Screen T-Shirts! Tommy and his kids are diehard retro Commodore fans and long time members of the PDX Commodore Users Group:

Commodore Blue Screen T-Shirts - Commodore Computer Club

“Thank you” to everyone from the Pacific Northwest and beyond who continues to support and attend our Commodore Computer Club meetings. It’s greatly appreciated.

Our next scheduled meeting will be Friday August 3, 2012, so be sure to mark it down on your calendar. We hope to see you at the next meeting! Come to learn, come to share.

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