Greetings program! Below you can check out the pictures showcasing our September 5, 2014 Commodore Computer Meeting, enjoy!

It’s been a while, but we broke out the Commodore 64 Magic Voice Speech Module and played some Gorf and Wizard of Wor with voice:

C64 Magic Voice Speech Module - Commodore Computer Club

C64 Club members watching the Commodore Amiga 500 and Amiga 2000 audio and graphics demo presentations:

Sal's Amiga 500 2000 Presentation - Commodore Computer Club

Atari 8-bit enthusiast and long-time C64 Club member Kevin Savetz playing Wizard of Wor on a Commodore 64, however he is using a Atari 2600 controller *grin* :

Kevin Savetz playing Wizard of Wor C64 Game - Commodore Computer Club

Paul, another Atari 8-bit user enjoying some Wizard of Wor, with speech. Paul was amazed at the sound and sprite graphics quality of the C64:

Paul playing Wizard of Wor - Commodore Computer Club

Commodore Computer Club member Dan all smiles with his new VIC-20 Programmers Reference Guide thanks to our buy, sell, trade and free tables:

Dan with his new VIC-20 Programmers Reference Guide PRG - Commodore Computer Club

George and Kevin Savetz discussing some newly acquired Atari 8-bit game cartridges:

George and Kevin Savetz Atari 8-bit game cartridges - Commodore Computer Club

Kevin Savetz, Dan and Paul having some friendly discussions about the Atari 600XL / 800XL ports of Commodore 64 games:

Kevin Savetz, Dan and Paul Atari 600XL 800 XL - Commodore Computer Club

With all the talk about Wizard of Wor with Speech on the Commodore 64 computer, Paul broke out his Wizard of Wor Atari 8-bit cartridge, but no speech like the C64:

Wizard of Wor Atari 8-bit - Commodore Computer Club

Morgan and Sal playing some retro video games on the Commodore Amiga 2000:

Morgan and Sal Amiga 2000 - Commodore Computer Club

Greg and Tommy playing some Gorf with the Magic Voice Speech Module connected to the Commodore 64 computer:

Greg and Tommy playing Gorf - Commodore Computer Club

Here’s a group picture with Kevin Savetz, Morgan, Rick Weis and Paul from Eight Bit Fix all smiles at the Commodore Computer Club meeting:

Kevin Savetz, Morgan, Rick Weis, Paul and Sal - Commodore Computer Club

Sal and Paul doing some retro computer hacking homebrew projects at the C64 Club meeting:

Hacking Homebrew - Commodore Computer Club

A huge “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 October 3, 2014. We hope to see you at the next meeting! Come to learn, come to share.

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