Tiny Commodore 64 To Arrive In October

Tiny Commodore 64 To Arrive In October

Most geeks remember when Nintendo brought back a tiny NES in 2016. Alas, they stopped production in 2017, but then it returned this year. Well, if you liked the NES Classic, you’ll definitely be interested in The C64 Mini. This is a 1/2 scale replica of the popular Commodore 64 home computer. The device is powered by USB, comes with a retro joystick, and hooks to any standard TV via HDMI. It also comes loaded with 64 classic games. Among them are: California Games, Winter Games, Impossible Mission II, Boulder Dash, Jumpman, Pitstop II, Speedball II: Brutal Deluxe, Street Sports Baseball, Summer Games II, Temple of Apshai Trilogy, Uridium, and several others. It is expected to hit store shelves in the US during October and retail for $70.

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