Free Commodore ezine for retro enthusiasts

Posted on Saturday, December 15th, 2012 in documentation, site, vintage by the machinegeek

For all you Commodore retro enthusiasts, there’s an online mag for you. Known as CommodoreFree, its a free to download magazine dedicated to Commodore Computers and is available in text, HTML and PDF formats, as well as including Commodore 64 D64 disk images. This ezine covers covering programming, gaming, hardware and Commodore related meetings. Its been in production since 2007. Past issues are available in their online archive, including article related software. The publisher’s website even has a downloads section with links to software and documentation.

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