Music and Games: Commodore 64 – 8 Bit Legend

October 9, 2012 · Posted in Uncategorized 

FOR ALL YOU C64 FANS OUT THERE, ENJOY :-D
Video info:

I’ve been a big fan of the Commodore 64 since its release way back in 1982. As 2012 is the ’64’s 30th anniversary, I wanted to produce something in honour of this great little machine that has given me countless hours of pleasure, frustration, and head-banging! Here it is. For reasons of time and space, I had to cut a few scenes that were originally planned (and have been created) but I will probably use them in another C64 video in the near future.

If you’re able to recognise all the games/references in this video then you truly are an Old School Commodore geek. I’m proud of you!

Please check this description out again shortly, as I’ll be uploading some HD Windows desktop wallpapers featuring many of the 3D models used in this video, plus some more that didn’t make it into the final edit.

Credits:

Video by Mike Berry, AKA The Kernal.
Music from Terra Cresta, arranged and remixed by Jess D. Skov-Nielsen.
Originally composed by Martin Galway.

Thanks to Jess D. Skov-Nielsen for giving his kind permission to use his music.

Thanks also to David “Jazzcat” Simmons for helping to supply most of the group/scener logos.

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