Looking awesome! Very smooth and comfy to use, I
I did own and use a Commodore 64 back in the
day... that computer was awesome. It never
crashed... Thanks to C64 Forever, I get to relive
those memories... back when booting your computer to
a blue screen was a GOOD thing. :)
The virtual keyboard is great for all 8-bit
machines as mapping keys in VICE was not hard but
tedious. These are certainly worth the investment
due to all the time they save.
You've been tirelessly working for so long to
preserve the Commodore/Amiga legacy, thank you!
I really do believe that C64 Forever can be an
extremely useful tool today to teach children the
basics of coding. There is so many dubious "toys"
being marketed today to "teach" children coding, and
most of them are rubbish. I'm so glad that I found
C64 Forever and it will be the foundation of my
child's primary education in computer programming. I
am familiar with C64 from my own childhood, so I
know it is a no-nonsense platform from the dawn of
personal computers, and accordingly it only contains
the basics, which is exactly what is needed to learn
I've been playing with the C64 Forever product,
and it's awesome. I like the GUI and additional
stuff. Like many others of my generation I've been
toying around with various Amiga and C64 emulators
and the way your products are put together really
The 64 was my childhood, after owning a Vic20.
Playing those games again is a real joy and full of
nostalgia. Thanks for helping to make that happen.
Been using Vice as my primary C64 emulator
forever, but now that my kids are enjoying the
Commodore as well, I've switched to C64 Forever
instead of Vice. This is mainly due to the easy to
use interface for selecting and running games. :)
Very happy guys, keep up the great work.
I couldn't believe it at first, but it felt like
travelling back in time by 25 years. I even recalled
people and places that I thought had been buried
forever in my memory. Brilliant!!!
I am very impressed and am enjoying it
I shall be using C64 Forever to show my two young
boys how to program as well as enjoy some of the
8-bit games :)
I love Amiga Forever and C64 Forever. They bring
back some very fond memories of my younger days. The
software is an absolute pleasure to install and use.
Keep up the great work guys, looking forward to
I grew up with the Commodore 64 and Amiga
computers and to this day, still miss Commodore. It
was good times growing up with the best computers a
little money could buy! Thank You for helping me
keep the dream alive.
I'm in the process of evaluating your software
and it looks brilliant...
I spent last night playing C64 Forever for
several hours... FANTASTIC. Thanks again for the
great programs and customer service, but more
important thanks for keeping these great computers
C64 Forever is your ticket to owning a piece of
Commodore history. It appeals to die-hard C64 users
and those who are just curious about the world's
best selling computer of all time. It has everything
from games, demos, and a wide range of Commodore
8-bit machines to provide a fun and educational trip
down memory lane.
Amiga Forever and C64 Forever are right up
there with the best software products I use, and I
would consider them pretty much invaluable to a
retro gamer such as myself.
I started with a Commodore VIC 20 I bought at a
bargain basement sale. I was amazed at its
performance and then looked at the C64 that replaced
it. I was going to get one but it was out of stock,
but a C128 was available and it was 3 computers in
The C128 functioned as a C64 and also in the newer C128 mode AND it also had a CPM mode that was similar to DOS. Later I advanced to the Amiga 500 and added the CD-ROM on the side. I wanted to get an Amiga CD32 but got an Amiga 1200 instead. These were wonder years for me with changes and advances showering down like rain. All of these were products by Commodore and each blazed ahead of their competition.
Thanks to Cloanto I can enjoy these fun products without dusting the dust off them from attics and barrages. Go to c64forever.com for the 8 bit emulation and amigaforevrer.com for the 16 and 32 bit emulation!
You won't regret it!