Greetings fellow retro computing friends! Below are a few pictures from our June 3, 2016 Commodore Computer Meeting, enjoy!

Long-time Commodore Computer Club member Tommy photobombing while George, Morgan, Paul and Mike are getting some serious game time in at the C64 Club meeting:

C64 Club Members and Friends - Commodore Computer Club

Mike enjoying his new Commodore 128 C128 computer that he scored from the buy, sell and trade table. Welcome to the wonderful World of Commodore Mike:

C128 - Commodore Computer Club

Check it out, up close and personal with Paul’s Commodore Amiga CD32 setup:

Amiga CD32 - Commodore Computer Club

George playing the game Chuckie Egg on the breadbin Commodore 64. You can see Popeye in the background on the C64C computer:

C64 Chuckie Egg Game Time - Commodore Computer Club

Tommy playing Space Taxi on the C64 computer which is one of his favorite classic games:

Space taxi - Commodore Computer Club

Here we have the RETRO Innovations uIEC/SD and EasyFlash 3 cartridge, both designed and built by Jim Brain:

Jim Brain uIEC/SD - Commodore Computer Club

Commodore Friends and Members playing video games at the C64 Club meeting:

C64 games - Commodore Computer Club

Thanks to Marcus for bringing his pretty cool Amiga 1200 and 1084S color monitor gaming rig to the C64 Club meeting:

Amiga 1200 1084S Monitor - Commodore Computer Club

Conrad’s European-built Commodore 1551 disk drive and PAL Plus/4 computer setup:

Plus/4 1551 Disk Drive - Commodore Computer Club

Not something you see everyday, the game Thrust for the Commodore 16 and Plus/4 computers on cassette tape and a SDrive 1564:

Thrust Game C16 Plus 4 SDrive 1564 - Commodore Computer Club

Morgan showcasing his recent pickup from the Commodore Computer Club buy, sell and trade table, the MAD Magazine Board Game by Parker Brothers Complete In Box:

MAD Magazine Board Game - Commodore Computer Club

Paul and Mike checking out the Commodore Amiga CD32 computer system and game console:

Amiga CD32 CD 32 - Commodore Computer Club

Marcus looking sideways at the camera while he’s playing a golf game on the Commodore Amiga 1200 computer. Keep your eye on the ball hehe:

Amiga 1200 - 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 since April 2010. It’s really appreciated.

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

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