The 10 Best Commodore 64 Games Ever

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No matter your favorite, there’s no denying the following ten titles are some of the best Commodore 64 games ever.

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Players had to maneuver the game’s main character Rockford through each cave and collect enough diamonds to move onto the next level without getting hit by obstacles.

Boulder Dash (1984)

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The game’s scrolling mechanics add a unique spin on the shooter genre, making it one of the best of its kind for the C64.

Dropzone (1984)

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It was a C64 exclusive that took full advantage of the console’s mechanical capabilities combined with the technological advancements of 1990s game design.

Mayhem in Monsterland (1993)

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Bruce Lee puts players in the movie star’s shoes, following him from chamber to chamber as he faces off against ninjas and sumo wrestlers on his way to the final boss.

Bruce Lee (1984)

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Bubble Bobble tasks players with trapping enemies in bubbles and then popping them as they progress through 100 different levels.

Bubble Bobble (1987)

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Originally conceived for the Apple II and later ported to the C64 and other consoles, Wasteland is a very memorable post-apocalyptic sci-fi RPG from Electronic Arts.

Bubble Bobble (1987)

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