Category:Commodore 64 games
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The Commodore 64 was a very popular home computer in the 1980s, and in its debut year of 1982, a very powerful one. Commodore's success with the machine was mostly down to its low price point - as Commodore owned MOS Technology they could manufacture microchips on the cheap. This practice allowed them to leapfrog other computers by engaging in a fierce price war, a one that ultimately made Texas Instruments pull out of the industry altogether.
Though a popular choice of machine in North America, the system was even more successful in Europe, lasting well into the 1990s. As with other platforms, many of Sega's hits were brought to the system via U.S. Gold and Activision.
As with other home computers of the era, Sega stopped supporting the machine when the Sega Mega Drive started to make them money.
Pages in category "Commodore 64 games"
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