THE C64 Mini Console (Commodore 64)

64 Games Included

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Price
799
RRP
R 1,799
(-56%)
Normal Price
R 1,699
(-53%)
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(5 user ratings)
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Description

THE WORLD'S BEST SELLING HOME COMPUTER - REBORN!

It's 1982 and a new home computer graces the scene. Out goes the silent black and white experience and in with 64KB of RAM, colour graphics, and synthesizer sound.

Roll forward 35 years and kick nostalgia into overdrive with the release of THEC64 MINI. A tiny but perfectly formed officially licensed 50% scale replica of this much loved machine.

Featuring high-definition output via HDMI, a classic style joystick and 64 built-in games including classics like California Games, Para droid, Nabulus, Impossible Mission and Uridium.

Box Contains

THEC64 MINI console, HDMI Cable, USB cable for power, 64 pre-installed games

  • Accurate C64 operation.
  • NTSC & PAL Display modes (60 & 50 Hz).
  • Pixel filter options (sharp, CRT, scanline emulation)
  • Pixel perfect graphics
  • Save game function
  • 2 USB ports: plug in a USB keyboard and use as a fully functional home computer, or add a second joystick for 2-player games.
  • Supports firmware upgrades via USB flash drive

Full list of games included:

AlleyKat
Anarchy
The Arc Of Yesod
Armalyte: Competition Edition
Avenger
Battle Valley
Bounder
California Games
Chip’s Challenge
Confuzion
Summer Games II
Spindizzy
Slayer
Star Paws
Super Cycle
Cosmic Causeway: Trailblazer II
Creatures
Cyberdyne Warrior
Cybernoid II: The Revenge
Cybernoid: The Fighting Machine
Deflektor
Everyone’s a Wally
Firelord
Gribbly’s Day Out
Hawkeye
Street Sports Baseball
Speedball
Temple of Apshai Trilogy
Thing Bounces Back
Thing on a Spring
Heartland
Herobotix
Highway Encounter
Hunter’s Moon
Hysteria
Impossible Mission
Impossible Mission II
Insects In Space
Zynaps
Mega-Apocalypse
Stormlord
Speedball II: Brutal Deluxe
Trailblazer
Uchi Mata
Uridium
Mission A.D
Monty Mole
Monty on the Run
Nebulus
Netherworld
Nobby the Aardvark
Nodes Of Yesod
Paradroid
Pitstop II
Rana Rama
Steel
Snare
Who Dares Wins II
Winter Games
World Games

Product Details

Barcode
4020628774851
Department
Electronics
Released
14 May 2018
Product Group
Game Consoles
Manufacturer
Brand
Koch International
Platform
Commodore 64
Supply Source
South Africa

Customer Reviews

My box was damaged

Reviewed by on

I received my package with all my orders together, but somehow the box was caved in on the side with the controller. It doesn't seem like the controller itself was damaged luckily.

I haven't played it so I can't comment on that aspect. But I did open the box and see that the keyboard is just the box with the brains in it, so it doesn't seem to be functional. It does look cute though.

Not bad

Reviewed by on

Quality emulation, a generous collection of games and external ROM support is hampered by a decidedly low quality controller that can prove to be more of a killjoy than a joystick.

Great system

Reviewed by on

This system not only has 64 built-in games , it lets you use your own files you want on a usb key. You can play all your favorite software. It also give you the opportunity to use any usb keyboard you want. The system keyboard is not functional and thats why you need a usb keyboard which personally i think is a great thing since you can replace it easily. It has a hdmi output and is powered by usb. This is a must for anyone who is fan of the C64 or who want to discover it. It is well worth the price for all the possibilities it will give. There is also firmware update available on the company website.

Hail the C64 - Just Not This Excuse for a C64

Reviewed by on

So...64 games on this device to apparently take you back to the heydays of the iconic machine. The only problem is that the majority of these games are not what the C64 was renowned for. And added to that is the petty keyboard that they have supplied you with which according to sources does not even work properly. And for the amazing price for R1, 700? I don't think so. Even back in the day, the C64 did not cost that much. Not even comparing prices to that time.

The biggest problem with this machine is that the keyboard was a necessity. So you NEED a reliable keyboard in order to run programs and titles. The machine can apparently run other games if you happen to have the rom of the game on an external memory stick but what is the point if you cannot use the keyboard?

This release should have been thought out carefully. Instead they have supplied you with a brainless device which cannot do what the original machine was capable of thus proving you are in for a disappointment. I recommend looking at an on hand review of this product before you spend your precious money.