Remute’s Retrofuturism Flashback Bundle Part 2 Games/MP3/C64 Forever 2016 Plus Edition 99p @ Groupees
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Remute’s Retrofuturism Flashback Bundle Part 2 Games/MP3/C64 Forever 2016 Plus Edition 99p @ Groupees

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Found 15th Jan
TIER 1: Pay at least $1.25 to get:

Sacred Line Genesis Remix (Steam)
TransHuman (Greenlight)
Jim Slim (C64)
Baby Eater (Itch.io)
Its Magic (C64)
TransHuman / The Solution (EP Game Soundtrack) by Remute

TIER 2: Pay at least $2.50 to also get:

Damage: Sadistic Butchering of Humanity (Steam)
Swarmonian Explorer (Greenlight)
Swarmonian Explorer (Itch.io)
Ultra Vleurette (Itch.io)
G.I.S. – Weather And Travel by DataDoor (Music album)
C64 Forever 2016 Plus Edition (emulator)

Plus, bonuses for both tiers will unlock as more bundles are sold.

4 Comments

Original Poster

You need to pay $2.50 Minimum to get the most interesting thing in the bundle IMHO is C64 Forever 2016 Plus Edition (emulator) normally costs $14.95

c64 Forever website

System Requirements:

The downloadable Plus Edition of C64 Forever includes the full Plus Edition installer for Windows. If you would like to burn a CD, use the Build Image functionality from the Tools menu to create an ISO image and access printable artwork. Neither a physical box nor media are included.

Great deal. Worth it for C64 forever alone.

Tempting, although I loved my c64, sometimes its better to not go back, its never as good as you remember. Keep wearing my rose tinted glasses and remember the good times.

Icedream

Tempting, although I loved my c64, sometimes its better to not go back, … Tempting, although I loved my c64, sometimes its better to not go back, its never as good as you remember. Keep wearing my rose tinted glasses and remember the good times.



Yes, much as I love retro gaming, these days it is very difficult to put yourself in the frame of mind to enjoy the early 8 bit computer releases just because so much time has passed and graphics and gameplay have advanced so much, though I think the very best titles of the time stand up, on gameplay at least. Unfortunately, modern displays are extremely unkind to retro computer and console graphics with the super sharpness of LCDs making them look far blockier and more pixellated than they actually did as the small crts of the day actually blurred the image slightly offering a very rudimentary form of anti aliasing. As the vast majority no longer have a CRT, and especially not one they can use with their PC, emulated games usually look a fair bit worse entirely because of the display the PC is connected to....
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