Not only is it back and fully compliant with the SDK agreement, C64 is also up to 30 per cent better than previous versions in terms of performance (battery life and smoother game play). The addition of International Soccer, International Basketball and International Tennis brings the total number of playable games up to eight, with Bruce Lee and others arriving in the 1.2 update set to arrive in mid December. C4 is available now in the app store for $6. [iTunes]
Official Commodore 64 Emulator Returns To The App Store
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