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Old 05 April 2017, 01:15   #1
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Floppy disk One for the C64 Junkie's

Browsing around for Amiga info ,I came across this one


I never had a C64 but i may give this one a looksie.. having a spare Pie now.

Has anyone tried it yet ,if so lets know your view on it..
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Old 09 April 2017, 21:17   #2
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What's wrong with Retropie?
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Old 10 April 2017, 14:17   #3
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Hi Cpt. Hindsight , I was hoping to see if any C64 users had tried this version out and come to any views about it,
I use Retropie to start Uae4all and Uae4arm but ive never used any c64 games at all in emulation or real hardware I just hoped the c64 experts had any views on it
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What's wrong with Retropie?
I don't think anything is wrong with either one, and iirc, this is all based of RetroPie. I imagine if someone fits RPi into C64 keyboard, this is an easy way to make it work similar to real C64. Otherwise for someone like us, regular RetroPie users, this is bit meaningless, specially with not as regular updates as we get them with RetroPie.
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