Commodore 64 v2.0 With Basic Enabled Is Now Available On The App Store

News | Monday September 13 2010 2:25 PM | Comments (0) Tags: , , , , ,

Manomio, developer of Commodore 64 had got into trouble with Apple around the same time last year when someone had figured out a way to
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Apple had worked with the developer to remove the BASIC interpreter from the initial version of C64 as it violated the SDK clause specifically prohibiting interpreted or executable code.
So when Apple discovered that it was possible to enable it using the hack like we did, they had no choice but to
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But since the modified iOS SDK agreement allowed interpreted code under certain circumstances, Manomio resubmitted their
with BASIC enabled. After some correspondence with the developer, Apple approved the update.
With the BASIC mode, you also get the full C64 keyboard, which means gamers will have full and complete access to every game presented.
Here are some of the new features in Commodore 64 v2.0:
• Auto-save, to continue exactly where you left off
Samurai Warrior, B. Lee, Laser Squad, Iridis Alpha and many more
You can also buy some of the paid titles via In-app purchase. The paid titles include:
International Karate, The Last Ninja I, II & III, Armalyte, Hunter's Moon, Space Taxi, Wizball, Uridium, Paradroid, Storm Lord, Nebulus / Tower Toppler, AlletKat, Boulder Dash II, Bristles, Flip & Flop, Panic Button, Super Pipeline I & II, and so many more.
Commodore 64 costs $4.99 in the
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As always, let us know how it goes in the comments.
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