THEC64 Mini – A Replica Commodore 64, Available Today

Tuesday, October 9th, 2018

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THEC64 Mini Featured

Fans of the Commodore 64 rejoice- THEC64 Mini brings the experience of the original Commodore 64 to your modern television. Available today, THEC64 Mini comes packed with 64 classic games preinstalled. Among these are titles like California Games, Boulder Dash, the Temple of Apshai Trilogy, and more. All of these games are playable using a replica joystick (THEC64 joystick) that is made to play just like the original. True to the original system, THEC64 Mini comes pre-loaded with C64 BASIC, which will allow users to program their own games in BASIC.

 

THEC64 Mini is a replica console, similar to the NES and SNES Classic systems which have released to overwhelming success. Like both of those consoles, THEC64 Mini is 50% smaller than the original. It features two USB ports for extra controller options, a built in save feature, an HDMI port supporting a 720p resolution at 60 Hz, and built in display filters to give your games that classic CRT look. Differing from the Classic systems, THEC64 Mini supports software updates via USB.

 

THEC4 Mini is available today in the US at GameStop, Walmart, Amazon, and Costco. It retails for $79.99 USD. Canadian locations include Best Buy, London Drugs, EB Games, and Costco. In Canada, the console will retail for $99.99 CAD. For more information on features and locations, please visit THEC64 Mini’s official product page.

 

SOURCE: Press Release

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A mainframe software developer from the Midwest, Nick found oprainfall while searching for information about Xenoblade Chronicles. Nick collects games across a myriad of different platforms (old and new). He's also passionate about old-school anime spanning from the early 80s through the late 90s.