Stumbled across this really cool video showcasing 30 Commodore 64 games covering a 30 year timeframe from 1982 to 1992:

For those who want to track down some or all of the games featured in the video, here is the complete list of all 30 C64 games including the year it came out and who published it:

  1. Jupiter Lander (Commodore – HAL Laboratory – 1982)
  2. Choplifter (Broderbund Software – 1982)
  3. HunchBack (Ocean Software – Century Electronics – 1983)
  4. Moon Patrol (AtariSoft – Irem Corp. – 1983)
  5. Burnin Rubber (Colosoftware – Nihon Bussan Co. – 1983)
  6. BC’s Quest fot Tires (Software Projects – Sydney Development Corp. – 1984)
  7. Pitstop II (U.S. Gold – Epix Inc. – 1984)
  8. Ghostbusters (Activision Inc. – 1984)
  9. Commando (Elite Systems – Capcom Co. – 1985)
  10. Monty on the Run (Gremlin Graphics Software – 1985)
  11. International Tennis (Commodore – 1985)
  12. Ghosts’n Goblins (Elite Systems – Capcom Co. – 1986)
  13. International Karate (System 3 Software – 1986)
  14. Nebulus (Hewson Consultants – 1987)
  15. Buggy Boy (Elite Systems – Tatsumi Electronics – 1987)
  16. Bubble Bobble (Firebird Software – Taito Corporation – 1987)
  17. Microprose Soccer (MicroProse Software – Sensible Software – 1988)
  18. Cybernoid (Hewson Consultants – 1988)
  19. Rimrunner (Palace Software – 1988)
  20. Katakis (Rainbow Arts Software – Factor 5 – 1989)
  21. Batman the Movie (Ocean Software – 1989)
  22. Stormlord (Hewson Consultants – RazorSoft – 1989)
  23. Blinky’s Scary School (Zeppelin Games – 1990)
  24. Golden Axe (Virgin Games – SEGA Enterprises – 1990)
  25. Time Machine (Activision Inc. – Vivid Image – 1990)
  26. Terminator 2 Judgment Day (Ocean Software – Dementia – 1991)
  27. Turbo Charge (System 3 Software – 1991)
  28. Creatures II Torture Trouble (Thalamus – Apex Computer Productions – 1992)
  29. Enforcer (CP Verlag – 1992)
  30. Mayhem in Monsterland (Apex Computer Productions – 1993)

There are some pretty awesome games in the video. We’ll be sure to break some of them out at the next PDX Commodore Computer and Users Group Club meeting.

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