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PostPosted: Wed Jul 30, 2003 3:22 pm 
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Thought I would start this thread for people who are looking for certain C64 games.....

www.c64.com

ftp://c64.rulez.org/pub/c64/Scene/Old/

http://archiv.leo.org/pub/comp/os/c64/arnold/

http://web.externet.hu/sk/c64/

http://www.c64files.com/files.php#


If anyone else can reccomend any decent sites, feel free!

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PostPosted: Wed Jul 30, 2003 4:18 pm 
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http://www.mayhem64.co.uk/reviews.htm for carts ;)

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PostPosted: Wed Jul 30, 2003 4:24 pm 
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c64 hq.
the living daylights
c64games.de
stadium 64
the last ninja archives
stuart toomer's website
banana republic ftp

and lots lots more which I can't think of right now 8)


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This is the best one I think as it`s got nearly a full set of games and was one of the only sites where I could find a working copy of that great game The Time Machine. Check it out:

ftp://c64.rulez.org/pub/c64/Scene/Old/


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The place for downloading C64 games is ftp://arnold.c64.org/pub/games . It's a pity that, lately, it has been maintained very little. However, it is the largest repository around


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The above two links were in my original list!! :lol:

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Did anybody mention http://www.c64.com,yet? :lol:

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I found that RULEZ.org was great to see all those games that you had forgotten about BUT hard to know exactly which ones were the correct ones to download...

For example >> there are only 2 disks for Creatures 2 ( I think )

There were heaps of creatures zip files on offer. ARE we expected to download all these files and hope for the best?

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If there are multiple downloads of a game, then its usually because they are different 'cracked' versions - One might have an infiinite lives or high-score saver for example.

One cracking group I can vouch for is 'Remember' - They are usually top-notch and include documentation on-screen before the game.

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Oh yeah, REMEMBER, they are probably the best.
Go here:

http://www.bitte8bit.de/newremember/htdocs/releases.php

And don't forget NOSTALGIA, they do the same thing and also have quite a couple of stunning c64 files.
Go see for yourself:

http://nostalgia.c64.org/

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seanbags>>>> smiles, pads finger tips together and replys in evil tone>>

"excellent..." :twisted:

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