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By: Commodore64 Wed, 24 Apr 2013 12:43:24 +0000 In reply to David Marchese.

commodore 64 – Predator 2
was made by Konami

By: David Marchese Wed, 24 Apr 2013 11:33:27 +0000 Here is a list of Konami games for Commodore 64.
1. Gradius (Canada/United States)
2. Castlevania (Canada/United States)
3. Yie ar Kung Fu/Rush N Attack (Canada/United States)
4. Boot Camp (Canada/United States)
5. Life Force (Canada/United States)
6. Blades of Steel (Canada/United States)
7. Metal Gear (Canada/United States)
8. Yie Ar Kung Fu II (Canada/United States)
9. Double Dribble (Canada/United States)
10. The Simpsons: The Aracade Game (Canada/United States)
11. Contra (Canda/United States)
12. Super Contra (Never Released in Canada/United States)
13. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: WORLD TOUR/Just a coloring Book – Warning read directions before loading the Disk Version because you may not load this way Load”*”,8,1(Canda/United States/ and U.K. Cassette Version)
14. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Aracade Game (Not Ultra)- (Canada/United States)
15. Back to the Future (U.K. Cassette Version)
16. Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles (Cassette or Disk) Konami (Different then Ultra Version) (U.K. Version)
17. Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles: the Coin up! (Same as the Arcade Game) (U.K. Version)
18. Track and Field (U.K. Disk version works on United States 1541 Disk Drive) (There is also a Atarisoft Disk Version)
19. Jackal (Canada/United States)
20. Jackal (Different than United States Version and Made in U.K.)
21. Back to the Future 2 (Canada/United States)
22. Back to the Future 2 (U.K. Version on Cassette)
23. Back to the Future 3 (Canada/United States)
24. Back to the Future 3 (U.K. Version on Cassette)
25. Jail Break (U.K. Disk version works on a 1541 Disk drive in the United States)
26. Gryzor (U.K. Cassette Version)
27. Nemesis (U.K. Cassette Version and Disk Version works in the United States on a 1541 Disk Drive)
28. Salamander (U.K. Cassette Version)
29. Circus Charlie (Canada/United States)
30. Iron Horse (U.K. and it’s unknown whether it works in United States)
31. Ping Pong (U.K. Konami/Imagine version and it’s unknown wheather it works in the United States)
32. Pooyan (Konami/Datasoft version and it’s unknown wheather it works in the United States)
33. Comic Bakery (U.K. Konami/Imagine version and it’s unknown wheather it works in the United States)
34. Juno First (Datasoft/Konami Version works in the United States.
35. Mikie (Konami/Imagine U.K. Cassette Verion may not work in the United States)
36. Konami Arcade Collection Imagine/Konami 10 Pack – 1.Mikie 2.Jail Break 3.Green Beret 4.Yie ar Kung Fu II 5. Hyper Sports 6.Yie Ar Kung Fu 7. Ping Pong 8. Nemesis 9. Shao-Lin’s Road 10. Jackal (Note: Jackal is not in the collection that was shown on the box and Jackal was replaced with Iron Horse)
1.Warning do not use a Sega Genesis joysticks because it can make your Commodore 64 keyboard to type funny unless you have a joystick that is compatable for Commodore 64.
2. Some Konami games may require you to press space bar to jump or do other sutff unless you find this rare joystick port that plugs in first to your commodore 64 joystick area and then you plug your Sega Genesis joystick over it and so you can use the A or B button on a Sega Genesis Joystick which was sold by some generic third party on a generic Commodore 64 website that I won’t name.
3. There might be a few games I am missing or I am not sure.

By: Heavstro Sun, 25 Nov 2012 07:34:34 +0000 HOLY FUCK ARE THERE A LOT OF COMMODORE GAMES

By: c64kicksass Wed, 22 Feb 2012 22:48:02 +0000 get yourself a truckload of blank 5 1/4 inch disks, build an X1541 cable and download them all off the internet.

damn even blank disks are hard to get in huge quantities nowadays.

You can of course copy the tape games from the internet to your tape recorder using AudioTAP (check polarity first), but just the copy process let alone testing the games would take a few years.

Wait! There’s an SD Card adapter for C64 cartridge port. Get yourself one of these and you can put them all on an SD card. Should even have fastload and 1541 Emu disable (for games without copy protection), so you don’t have to wait ages for the games to load.

While you’re at it, download some recent megademos to rid yourself off the prejudice that the commodore 64 is primitive.

By: RhyanChapman Tue, 31 Jan 2012 14:58:07 +0000 In reply to nightmareAOP.

@nightmareAOP Send him this message

By: nightmareAOP Mon, 16 Jan 2012 18:17:51 +0000 dear mike

i have a lots and lots of c64 games on floppy if you like i can copy all of them BUT dont have enough disks for all of those games

I own about 5000 disks wich means up to 12 or 16 games on each side of a floppy

I unfortanunely i don’t own the dataset (casssette player)

I do know i have a few games you maybe like that you don’t even have in your list

Just give me a howler and il can help you to complete your collection on the c64

even can help on de amiga

nice goin with the reviews guys like it a lot !

hope to help B

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