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The VIC 20 (referred to as the VC 20 in some territories) was Commodore's first stab at a colour computer. It's trademark chunky graphics were combined with an excellent keyboard, good sound facilities but only 3.5K of memory - although that wasn't a barrier for the programmers.

Commodore VIC 20 Reviews
Sokoban

Actually working in a supermarket warehouse has never been this much fun.

 Jason added 21/11/2010  score 7 
Tammerfors

High-speed and high-octane car racing shovelled into a miniscule 1K of memory.

 Frank & Mark added 23/02/2004  score 5 
Vuokatti

Classic downhill ski-ing action gets a graphical overhaul from Aleksi Eeben.

 Frank & Paul added 23/09/2005  score 5 
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Resources
Denial

An expanding community dedicated to the VIC 20, why not head over and be supportive?

Developers
Aleksi Eeben

Coder of some excellent VIC titles such as Tammerfors and Dragonwing.

Cosine

Multi-platform game, tool and demonstration developers since the mid 1980's.

Publishers
Cronosoft

UK-based purveyors of fine software on tape and disk for several 8-bit formats.

Psytronik

Distributors of the superb Carling the Spider for the VIC and other 8-bit fare.

Emulators
VICE

A powerful multi-platform emulation suite that covers all of the Commodore 8-bits.

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