Commodore VIC-20 (Platform)

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The Commodore VIC-20 was the first computer to ever sell over 1 million units, and can be regarded as the beginning of the mainstream computer age. It was not particularly useful for business applications, but was well-received for the many games available. It was also the first relatively inexpensive colour computer, costing less than $300. It is the predecessor of the significantly more well known Commodore 64, which is the highest selling single computer model of all time.



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299 USD
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Games released on Commodore VIC-20

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Tetris
December 31st, 1986 (33 years ago)
Sharp X1 / PC DOS / Mac / Commodore C64/128 / Amiga / Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) / Game Boy Color / ZX Spectrum / MSX / Arcade / WonderSwan / Atari ST/STE / Sega Master System / Sega Mega Drive/Genesis / Commodore VIC-20 / BBC Microcomputer System / Apple II
Galaxian
October 1st, 1979 (40 years ago)
ColecoVision / Sharp X1 / PC DOS / Commodore C64/128 / Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) / ZX Spectrum / MSX / Arcade / Atari 2600 / Atari 8-bit / Atari 5200 / Commodore VIC-20 / PC-8801 / Apple II / FM-7
Ms. Pac-Man
December 31st, 1981 (38 years ago)
Atari Lynx / PC DOS / Commodore C64/128 / Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) / Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) / Game Boy Advance / ZX Spectrum / Sega Game Gear / Arcade / Atari 2600 / Atari 7800 / Sega Master System / Atari 8-bit / Atari 5200 / Texas Instruments TI-99 / Sega Mega Drive/Genesis / Commodore VIC-20 / Apple II
Pac-Man
May 22nd, 1980 (39 years ago)
Nintendo 3DS / Wii U / Wii / NEC PC-6000 Series / FM-7 / Apple II / Atari 8-bit / ZX Spectrum / Texas Instruments TI-99 / Sharp X1 / PC DOS / PC-98 / Neo Geo Pocket Color / PC-8801 / Windows Phone / Virtual Console (Nintendo) / Mobile / Sega Game Gear / Game Boy / MSX / Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) / Intellivision / Commodore C64/128 / Commodore VIC-20 / Atari 5200 / Atari 2600 / Fairchild Channel F / PC (Microsoft Windows) / Xbox Live Arcade / PlayStation Network / Arcade
Jetpac
May 1st, 1983 (36 years ago)
ZX Spectrum / Commodore VIC-20 / BBC Microcomputer System
Atlantis
December 31st, 1982 (37 years ago)
Intellivision / Atari 2600 / Atari 8-bit / Commodore VIC-20 / Philips Videopac G7000
Dig Dug
April 19th, 1982 (37 years ago)
Wii U / Nintendo 3DS / Wii / FM-7 / Sharp X1 / PC-8801 / Family Computer Disk System / Xbox Live Arcade / Arcade / Atari 7800 / Atari 5200 / Apple II / Atari 2600 / Atari 8-bit / Commodore C64/128 / Game Boy / Game Boy Advance / Intellivision / MSX / Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) / PC DOS / Texas Instruments TI-99 / Commodore VIC-20
Frogger
December 31st, 1981 (38 years ago)
ColecoVision / Intellivision / PC DOS / Mac / Commodore C64/128 / Game Boy Color / MSX / Game Boy / Arcade / Atari 2600 / Atari 8-bit / Atari 5200 / Texas Instruments TI-99 / Commodore VIC-20 / TRS-80 / Philips Videopac G7000 / Apple II / TRS-80 Color Computer / Dragon 32/64 / NEC PC-6000 Series
Defender
January 1st, 1980 (40 years ago)
ColecoVision / Intellivision / PC DOS / Mac / Commodore C64/128 / Arcade / Atari 2600 / Atari 8-bit / Atari 5200 / Texas Instruments TI-99 / Commodore VIC-20 / Apple II
Lode Runner
October 30th, 1983 (36 years ago)
NEC PC-6000 Series / FM-7 / PC-98 / Mac / PC DOS / BBC Microcomputer System / Atari ST/STE / Atari 8-bit / PC-8801 / Apple II / SG-1000 / Amstrad CPC / ZX Spectrum / WonderSwan / Windows Phone / Commodore VIC-20 / Sharp X1 / Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) / MSX / Commodore C64/128 / Arcade