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Legends of the Commodore 64

Legends is dedicated to legendary pioneers during the life-time of the Commodore 64 computer. It is intended to be a shrine to the programmers, musicians and companies that made the Commodore 64 the most successful and best selling home computer in history (as recorded by the Guinness Book of Records).



Moon Mist - Infocom

The End Zone is dedicated to end of game sequences. It is based on an idea that has been pioneered by other retro gaming websites, but with the objective of providing the most definitive and complete 'end of game' information ever assembled for games featured.



C64 - Java JaC64

Infocom was one of the best known software companies for creating interactive fiction, also known as text adventures. It was rather like a computerised version of a novel, but where you, the user played a key part in the unfolding story and hopefully succeed in discovering the end of the story.



LCP - Little Computer People


Little Computer People (LCP) was released in 1985 by Activision Inc. Designed by David Crane, based on an original idea by Rich Gold, with music by Russell Lieblich. This area is dedicated to the Commodore 64 disk version of LCP and contains everything you ever wanted to know about LCP. A one stop LCP resource! TCZ has extensive knowledge of LCP and has created an entire disk library for every LCP name ever released on the Commodore 64 disk version of the game!







The Commodore Zone has its own discussion forum for information and chat. Registering is free, and easy to do - you just need to supply a username, password and valid email address. By registering at the forum you will be entitled to receive an email update when the website has a major update and you can fully explore and utilise the features of the Game and Demo databases - including the ability to edit and upload information to the databases!

Thing On A Spring
Thing On a Spring says thank you for visiting The Commodore Zone!