I never knew that during my lifetime that the Commodre 64 would die out, and then come back. Guess I’m a lot older than I feel. Anywho, The 64 is bringing back the world’s bestselling single computer model to the future as a computer and handheld system. Read about it below!
THE 64 ™ is here and has bought it’s handheld cousin along for the ride! The world’s bestselling single computer model (* Credit Guinness Book of Records) has been reimagined in both computer and handheld console versions!
THE 64 ™ is an exciting and respectful re-imagining of the original home computer, the Commodore 64 ™. Developed using the latest (old) technology, the highly passionate team behind THE 64 ™ is excited to bring you not only a classic desktop version of THE 64 ™ but also a brand new handheld version meaning classic gaming, on the go!
Launched on crowdfunding website Indiegogo today, fans from across the world are being invited to back this campaign to bring to life THE 64 ™ computer.
As well as a chance to get their hands on THE 64 ™ computer or handheld version, there is also an exciting range of other THE 64 ™ campaign backers perks, including: signed limited edition concept art, originals, posters, limited edition chrome computers, and even getting your name on the PCB alongside the team!
For more information head over to the campaign page on Indiegogo –
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About THE 64 ™
THE 64 ™ is a retro computer designed by Retro Games Ltd, a UK based company. The 64 ™ is a homage to the greatest selling home computer of all time, the Commodore 64 ™. Retro Games Ltd brings together a team of highly experienced and passionate industry professionals who have collectively been in the games industry for many decades. The team have been united by their passion for all things retro but specifically their love of the Commodore 64 ™. With the experiences of creating and shipping both AAA console titles and physical retro inspired consoles and computers to market, the team have worked tirelessly to bring THE 64 ™ to the world.
For more information please visit – www.the64.computer