- C64DTV designed by Jeri Ellsworth C64 project box
- IMSAI 8080 microcomputer from the 1970’s
- Magavox Odyssey 2 game console collection
- Samsung N501 NUON Tempest 3000 DVD game
- Pac-Man wrist watch from the 1980’s
Here is some of the retro video game and computer hardware at the C64 Club meeting: NUON Samsung N501, Sega Master System, Namco Plug-n-Play and Commodore 64:
Is it a DVD player, or a video game console? It’s both! Here’s the game Tempest 3000 playing on Paul’s Samsung N501 NUON. Nice NUON t-shirt Paul heheh…
The future begins yesterday, NUON is here at the Commodore Computer Club meeting along with Tempest 3000:
Here are two new members into the Commodore Computer Club that came down from Kelso, WA to hang out and play games on the Commodore 64 computers:
Another picture showcasing the Sega Master System, Namco Plug-n-Play and JiffyDOS powered Commodore 64 computer system:
C64 Club members Kevin Savetz and Paul doing some floppy disk drive repairs at the meeting. George watches while enjoying a cool refreshing drink from Pied Piper Pizza:
Always a hit at the Commodore Computer Club meetings, the Activision classic game H.E.R.O. (HERO) for the C64 on cartridge:
Christopher showcasing his modded C64DTV designed by Jeri Ellsworth Commodore 64 project box up and running on a big color TV. Pretty cool!
There was a lot of retro goodness on the Commodore Computer Club’s buy, sell, trade and free marketplace tables:
Video gaming and sound programming books for the Commodore 64 and VIC-20 computers scored from the C64 Club marketplace tables:
Doug brought his Magavox Odyssey 2 game console collection to the Commodore Computer Club meeting. It was a huge hit for sure!
It’s not everyday you see a IMSAI 8080 microcomputer from the 1970’s. The IMSAI 8080 computer was featured in the 1983 movie WarGames:
After the rain stopped, the sky cleared up a little showcasing these amazing clouds outside at the Commodore Computer Club meeting:
We had a Atari Lynx Checkered Flag ComLynx battle royal with multiple Atari Lynx II color handhelds between Aaron, Mike, Doug and Paul. So much fun!
Commodore Computer Club members relaxing and socializing at the meeting:
Commodore Computer Club members Kevin, Aaron and George doing a little floppy disk archiving to keep these awesome programs alive for many years into the future:
Aaron quickly grabs the Nintendo NES Zapper yelling “Back off! These Commodore Computer Club buy, sell, free and trade deals are mine!” hehe…
Kevin Savetz and Paul having some fun during tinker time at the Commodore Computer Club:
“Don’t copy that floppy!” C64 Club members looking through a huge collection of floppy disk software getting ready to play some games on the Commodore 64c computer:
Check out this awesome Pac-Man wrist watch from the 1980’s. Doug has owned this since he was a little kid and recently put in fresh batteries. Yep, still works like new!
George playing a game of Jupiter Lander, a Lunar Lander clone game at the Commodore Computer Club meeting:
Christopher and Paul playing the game Ballistic on the Samsung NUON DVD video game console with graphics that compare to the SEGA Dreamcast or Sony PlayStation 1:
Paul giving some technical advice to Kevin Savetz on how to clean up the video signal on the Atari 800XL computer:
“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.