I am pleased to announce a new website online for Commodore PET/Vic-20 enthusiasts. Commodore Gamebase is an online search tool to search any PET or VIC game that is known to exist. It's made usng the Gamebase v3.0 database available online. I thought that it would be beneficial to have all of the games available for download with a single click, and I hope that perhaps through search engine indexing that game authors might contact the site to submit some forgotten releases.
Currently there are 700 programs which are searchable aphabetically, by programmer, publisher or software title for PET and 2,277 for the Vic-20.
I will soon be adding the ability to deep search by year and genre.
There's also an upload area for people to add their own programs (upon request).
A big thanks to CBM8Bit for hosting the game files.
Not only are there games but productivity apps at the site, too! For example, if you choose and click on C128 on the upper left of the first page, you go to another page where you can see an alphabetic listing. Click on W and then scroll down to find Wheels 128!
Hi, may as well use this thread to introduce myself to the forum as it is Gamebase related. I'm planning an update to the Commodore 128 Gamebase as I have already shared with Robert, so far the list of additions is as follows :-
Gunfright Pentagram Knightlore Frutty Man Magic Blocks The Great white north collection disk 2074a The Great white north collection disk 2075a Star Traders Sound Studio 3.8 X-mas Buggy Twisted Basic Hibernated Empire 128 Enhanced The Innuh's pyramid Tempest 128 Manic Miner 128 Mega Apocalypse (C64 Enhanced) Bomberland (C64 Enhanced) Qwak Logistic Map Lisp 128 Nothing Else Matters GO65 Z-rasterbar 128 C128 System Information 7.5 AceCommander128 AceDOS 128 NTSC128 Superball 128 (rallebcc2) Virus128 Modplay 128 Power SID 128 Angracer Cloneimals
If you have anything that is not in this list or the original Gamebase C128 could you please let me know so I can add it to the new Gamebase.
What’s the requirement to add something to the list? Running in C128 mode? Enhanced C64 experience? Commercial title? Has digital binaries?
All of that is good so long as it runs. There a lot of C128 lists hanging around the internet and unfortunately some of the software on them is either rare or completely unobtainable due to the fact the title was never developed in the first place (Like The Three Musketeers) but I still live in hope of being proven wrong like Robert's thread on finding Cloneimals after all these years.