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Commodore 64 Emulator for the iPhone Released

Kiloo and Manomio today announced the launch of their Commodore 64 Emulator for iPhone and iPod touch on Apple’s App Store. The Commodore 64 iPhone Emulator is based on the original and all-time famous 8-bit home computer released by Commodore International in August 1982.
“We are excited to bring the authentic Commodore 64 gaming experience to millions of Apple iPhone and iPod touch users globally,” said Jacob Moller, Chief Executive Officer at Kiloo. “It is now possible to re-experience the golden days of computer gaming right in the palm of your hand anywhere and at anytime. Expect to be entertained as we are rolling out a vast amount of the good old game classics in the coming months.”

“Launching our renowned Commodore 64 brand on the Apple App store is a big step for us. It is almost three decades since we released our first home computer and today it is possible to get the exact same retro experience on an iPhone. We look forward to be working with Kiloo and Manomio on this project,” said Bala Keilman, Chief Executive Officer at Commodore Gaming.

“Producing the official and fully licensed Commodore C64 Emulator for the iPhone has been tremendous fun for our development team here at Manomio. The C64 was all about good game play and it has been fantastic to participate in the creation of what is possibly the best retro gaming experience on the iPhone,” said Stuart Carnie, Chief Technical Officer at Manomio.

Features include

— Full speed Commodore 64 emulator — Portrait and landscape play — Fullscreen gaming — Authentic C64 game experience — Classic SID sounds
Commodore 64 is now available World Wide for $4.99 from the Apple App Store on iPhone and iPod Touch. Get it here:

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