I’ve have been designing and making games since the early 1980’s, back when 64K of memory was thought to be the most you’d ever need on a computer and 16 colours made for stunning graphics.
This page has been compiled to showcase some of early, and not so early games, programmes and hardware.
The good old Commodore 64 was king of the 80’s home computer especially in Australia and during it’s time at the top of the market we produced a number of games for it, from text adventures to text/graphics adventure, action and arcade games.
During the late 1980’s right through to 2005 we designed and manufactured Commodore 64 cartridge boards, suitable for games and utilities. These high-quality PCB’s are still available today (limited quantities) if you’re into Retro Commodore 64 things. These cartridge boards have been licenced in the USA and UK and have been used in the production of dozens of games from many publishers.