As usual a lot of photos were taken at the July 2, 2010 Commodore Computer Club and Users Group meeting. Below are a handful of the pictures taken at the meeting:

Showing off the Pied Piper Pizza sign outside the building:

Pied Piper Pizza Vancouver, WA - Commodore Computer Club

C64DTV designed by Jeri Ellsworth running on a Commodore 1702 monitor:

C64DTV on a Commodore 1702 monitor - Commodore Computer Club

Troy playing some Dig Dig on the Commodore VIC-20:

Dig Dug VIC-20 - Commodore Computer Club

Dan (on left) and Greg aka Goog (on right) discusses his Amiga 1000 computer while having some Pied Piper Pizza:

Dan shows off his Amiga 1000 - Commodore Computer Club

A real Commodore 64 diagnostic cartridge (C64 Diagnostic V586220):

C64 Diagnostic V586220 - Commodore Computer Club

The C64 Diagnostic V586220 running on a Commodore 64 board:

C64 Diagnostic V586220 running on a Commodore board - Commodore Computer Club

Commodore SX-64 Executive computer running Berzerk and using a modded Nintendo NES controller to play it:

Commodore SX-64 - Commodore Computer Club

Showing off the Berzerk High Score Screen:

Berzerk High Score Screen - Commodore Computer Club

Amiga 1000 computer loading up some software:

Amiga 1000 computer - Commodore Computer Club

The game Asteroids running on the Commodore Amiga 1000:

Asteroids on Amiga 1000 - Commodore Computer Club

Creative Programming books for Students and Teachers Resource Edition:

Creative Programming manuals - Commodore Computer Club

Creative Programming Teachers Resource Edition close up:

Creative Programming Teachers Resource Edition - Commodore Computer Club

Giant plastic tub of Commodore 64 cartridges:

Commodore 64 cartridges C64 - Commodore Computer Club

A directory list of games loaded from a Commodore 1581 floppy disk:

1581 Floppy Disk Software Directory - Commodore Computer Club

The game Dragonfire by Imagic being played on the Commodore VIC-20:

Imagic Dragonfire on the VIC-20 - Commodore Computer Club

Up close and personal with an early edition of the VIC-20:

Commodore VIC-20 - Commodore Computer Club

Box of Commodore 64 floppy disks:

Commodore 64 1541 floppy disks - Commodore Computer Club

Yay! The game Jumpman Junior by EPYX is in the house:

C64 Jumpman Junior - Commodore Computer Club

C64 Club member Greg (Goog) trying to do control alt delete (just kidding) on a Commodore 64c computer:

Commodore 64c computer - Commodore Computer Club

A close up picture of the Amiga computer logo:

Amiga Logo - Commodore Computer Club

Plastic tub of Commodore VIC-20 game cartridges:

Commodore VIC-20 cartridges - Commodore Computer Club

Say “Hello” to the Commodore 1581 disk drive:

1581 Disk Drive - Commodore Computer Club

Christmas time in July thanks to the SX-64 Christmas demo disk. Everyone at the meeting smiled once the Christmas music started to play:

SX-64 Christmas demo via Commodore SX-64 demo disk - Commodore Computer Club

Greg (Goog) and Dan working on modifying a Commodore 1581 disk drive so it will use a modern floppy drive mechanism:

1581 Disk Drive Project - Commodore Computer Club

EPYX 1984 Preview Disk featuring a Breakdance game. Side note, look at the Breakdance logo, it has a web 2.0 look to it, but this disk is from 1984. Just a little more proof that Commodore was way ahead of their time:

EPYX 1984 Preview Disk - Commodore Computer Club

Breakdance screen shot. Look at the size of the boom box compared to the characters on the screen hehe:

Breakdance screen shot - Commodore Computer Club

Performing surgery on an early Commodore long board version 1541 disk drive:

Early edition 1541 disk drive - Commodore Computer Club

Thank you to everyone that came out the the Vancouver, Washington Commodore Computer Club meeting. We look forward to seeing you at the next one!

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