The Game Archives - games and ROMS for download
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    Commodore 16
    Commodore 64 cards
    Commodore 64 tapes
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    Commodore plus 4
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About the game archives

The idea of this site is to serve as an archive for the vast number of old games out there. There have been many different systems released over the years and most of them have been emulated by now. That means you can enjoy those games from the olden days on your PC with a piece of emulation software. Ofcourse you still need the games and this is where this site comes in. There are sites out there who have a similar 'archive' of games but I found all of them rather annoying ranging from multiple popups to sites saying you have to register or vote or the game will not work which is ridiculous to say the least.


You can easily navigate through the site with the menu of the left side of the screen. The games are located in the files section and each link contains a discription of what you will find, Then it's a simple case of navigating through the games. It's so easy a child could do it so why I wrote this down anyway is a mystery :).

In the FAQ section you can find some answers to basic questions about the categories the games are divided in.

The links are basically websites who have exchanged links with this site, they wouldn't be there if they weren't any good so feel free to check those out as well.


Always remember that this site is privately hosted and as such doesn't have as much bandwith as other sites do. This means that you can't download at very high speeds and occasionally navigation might become bogged down a bit. Most of the games aren't so big that this should pose a problem but if things aren't as fast as you'd hope please be patient then keep in mind that it's a small price to pay for losing annoying popups and forced-voting.

abandoned places it came from the abandonware ring