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The Commodore 64 is 40
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10 PRINT "HAPPY BIRTHDAY"
20 GOTO 10



For younger viewers who don't remember, the Commodore 64 was like a ZX Spectrum, but rubbisher.
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At the summer camp I attended many years ago, we had a computer "lab" which had Commodore VIC-20's (the predecessor of the 64). The VIC-20s were introduced in 1980/1981... so are even older. Wow. Thanks for sharing, Phil.
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(24-08-2022, 11:14 PM)ladsnet Wrote: 10 PRINT "HAPPY BIRTHDAY"
20 GOTO 10



For younger viewers who don't remember, the Commodore 64 was like a ZX Spectrum, but rubbisher.
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When I was a little kid, one of my oldest cousins had a Commodore 64. I thought it was amazing at the time because of all the games you could play on it. Maybe the American version was different somehow.
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C64 Article in The Guardian:

https://www.theguardian.com/games/2022/a...ideo-games
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(25-08-2022, 05:49 AM)Jwb52z Wrote: When I was a little kid, one of my oldest cousins had a Commodore 64.  I thought it was amazing at the time because of all the games you could play on it.  Maybe the American version was different somehow.

I don't think it was different.

Americans just thought it was amazing cos they'd never experienced a Spectrum.


There was also a piece on Newsnight last night about it.
Coolest bit being, once the report ended it cut back to the studio and the presenter said something along the lines of "of course it wasn't as good as a ZX Spectrum" LOL
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Oh, the ZX Spectrum was sold in the US, but just under a different company/name. Sinclair licensed it to the Timex Corporation, so it was called a Timex Sinclair 2068, supposedly with better graphics, sound, and a few other bits according to Google.
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