iAmiga: Commodore Amiga Emulator Coming To App Store

News | Monday December 6 2010 5:34 PM | Comments (0) Tags: , , , , ,

developed by mobile developer Manomio back in September 2009? You might also recall that Apple had
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back in September, which allowed interpreted code under certain circumstances, Manomio resubmitted their 
with BASIC enabled and after some correspondence with the developer, Apple approved the update.
More than a year later, Manomio is back in the news again – and here’s why!
TouchArcade has showcased a hands video of Commodore Amiga emulator (more…)

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 (more…)

Commodore 64 iPhone emulator approved, yanked

Uncategorized | Tuesday September 8 2009 6:19 PM | Comments (0) Tags: , , , ,

Commodore 64 iPhone emulator approved, yanked

(Credit: Manomio)

The Commodore 64 emulator application for iPhone , previously rejected by Apple , was approved for availability in the App Store over the weekend, only to get pulled days later.

Apple blocked the sale of the iPhone app, dubbed C64, from the store on Tuesday without explaining why, according to developer Manomio. And while Apple was not immediately available for comment regarding the C64 app, which (more…)

Hack to Enable BASIC in C64 – Commodore 64 Emulator for iPhone

News | Monday September 7 2009 9:52 AM | Comments (0) Tags: , , , , ,

Manomio had worked with both Kiloo and Commodore Gaming who own the license for Commodore 64 to ensure that their emulator for iPhone was fully licensed and legal.
But Apple rejected the initial version of their iPhone app for a different reason. It was rejected based on the SDK clause specifically prohibiting interpreted or executable code.
Apple worked with the developer and finally approved the iPhone game with BASIC disabled (or at least that (more…)

Apple Removes C64 – Commodore 64 Emulator for iPhone

Uncategorized | Saturday September 5 2009 2:13 AM | Comments (0) Tags: , , , ,

Unfortunately Apple this night pulled the C64 App from the App Store. We had agreed with Apple to remove basic from the application, but as we believed it would be possible to convince Apple to let it in later on, we left it in the app to be activated remotely by us when we had “go” from Apple .
Due to the extreme publicity the app has received over the weekend and the fact that several users found a way to enable the basic back, Apple decided (more…)