“The 64” Hopes to Bring Back the Golden Age of the Commodore 64

UK based developers, Retro Games Ltd, are hoping to bring back the golden age of one of the most legendary home computers of all time, the Commodore 64, with the launch of their newest project, The 64.

They are asking backers to donate to The 64 through crowdfunding website, Indiegogo of which milestones come with perks such as signed limited edition concept art, originals, posters, limited edition chrome computers, and even getting your name on the PCB alongside the team!


The re-imagined computer looks similar to its original counterpart but inside, things have undergone a modern makeover, meaning The 64 won’t take a million years just to load a game. It even comes in handheld form for retro gaming on the go which, I must admit, looks slick.

THE 64 ™  is a retro computer designed by Retro Games Ltd, a UK based company. The 64 ™ is a homage to the greatest selling home computer of all time, the Commodore 64 ™. Retro Games Ltd brings together a team of highly experienced and passionate industry professionals who have collectively been in the games industry for many decades.  The team have been united by their passion for all things retro but specifically their love of the Commodore 64 ™. With the experiences of creating and shipping both AAA console titles and physical retro inspired consoles and computers to market, the team have worked tirelessly to bring THE 64 ™ to the world.

Launched on Indiegogo today, Commodore 64 and retro fans alike are invited to back this crowdfunding campaign and bring The 64 to life.

Back The 64 on Indiegogo HERE!

Or visit the official website HERE!

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