20 Games Like Elvira and the Party Monsters(TBA)
GEOS (Graphic Environment Operating System) is an operating system from Berkeley Softworks (later GeoWorks). Originally designed for the Commodore 64 and released in 1986, it provides a graphical user interface for this popular 8-bit computer. GEOS closely resembles early versions of the classic Mac OS and includes a graphical word processor (geoWrite) and paint program (geoPaint).
A December 1987 survey by the Commodore-dedicated magazine Compute!'s Gazette found that nearly half of its readers used GEOS. For many years, Commodore bundled GEOS with its redesigned and cost-reduced C64, the C64C. At its peak, GEOS was the third-most-popular microcomputer operating system in the world in terms of units shipped, trailing only MS-DOS and Mac OS (besides the original Commodore 64's KERNAL).
Arena: The classic sports simulation. Humour, competition and multi-player rivalry, enhance what can only be described as graphics of unsurpassed realism. Become an athlete, compete with your friends, only the most skilled will ultimately win. There are six fiercely competitive events: the 100 metres, pole vault, high jump, long jump, shot put and javelin. Points are awarded as in a decathlon event. The images portrayed on the cover of the package are true screen images taken from a standard monitor. No other product has ever managed to capture the power of the 68000 to achieve this quality of real time animation.