C64 Games System

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C64 Games System
C64 Games System
Type: Video Console
Producer: Commodore
Price: 100 £; (ca. 230 DM, ca. 115 €)
Released: 1990
Discontinued: 1990
Processor: MOS 6510 @ ca. 1 MHz
Memory: 64 KByte
OS: modify C64 KERNAL & BASIC V2.0
Info: alias C64GS;
Handling only with joysticks;
Software handling only with cartridges

The video console C64 Games System (a.k.a.: C64GS) was published 1990 in the UK and costs round about 100 Pound.[1]

This start for Commodore in the video console market was a flop. That was the reason, that a lot of C64 Games System cheap sold out in the UK, and later in Denmark or Germany.

The C64 Games System hasn't a keyboard. There are connection for 2 joysticks, a game cartridge like C64 Games System (Cartridge Collection) (the games was modify only for playing with joystick) or another game cartridge, connections for TV and monitor, and a power connection for the power supply.

Some game companies like Domark, System 3, Ocean or Dinamic also developed new cartridge game for the C64 Game System.

A little bit later Commodore tried again to start successful in the video console market and produced new consoles like the amiga based CDTV (1991) and CD32 (1992), that also flops!



  1. Zzap64 magazine - issue 10/1990 - "Inside the future: The C64GS", s. 62-63


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