The C64 Mini pushes our two big red buttons

Paradroid, Speedball, Boulder Dash, Impossible Mission and more


Diminutive video game consoles are the latest retro revivial thanks to the success of Nintendo's NES and SNES Classic Minis.

The next vintage games system to get the shrunken treatment is the Commodore 64.

The C64 Mini launches on March 29, courtesy of Retro Games and Koch Media, and Five Star Games in Australia. We've asked the distributor to confirm a local RRP, but in the meantime EB Games currently has it listed for $149.95.

It's "about half the size of the original C64" and plugs into your TV via HDMI. It's also got two USB ports for the classic joysticks and comes with 64 games pre-installed.

Here's the full list of games, including our picks for the best in bold:

AlleyKat, Anarchy, Armalyte: Competition Edition, Avenger, Battle Valley, Boulder Dash, Bounder, California Games, Chip’s Challenge, Confuzion, Creatures, Cyberdyne Warrior, Cybernoid: The Fighting Machine, Cybernoid II: The Revenge, Deflektor, Everyone’s A Wally, Firelord, Gribbly’s Day Out, Hawkeye, Heartland, Herobotix, Highway Encounter, Hunter's Moon, Hysteria, Impossible Mission, Impossible Mission II, IO, Jumpman, Mega Apocalypse, Mission A.D, Monty Mole, Monty on the Run, Nebulus, Netherworld, Nobby the Aardvark, Nodes Of Yesod, Paradroid, Pitstop II, Rana Rama, Robin Of The Wood, Rubicon, Skate Crazy, Skool Daze, Snare, Speedball, Speedball II: Brutal Deluxe, Spindizzy, Star Paws, Steel, Street Sports Baseball, Summer Games II (inc. Summer Games I), Super Cycle, Temple of Apshai Trilogy, The Arc Of Yesod, Thing on a Spring, Thing Bounces Back, Trailblazer, Cosmic Causeway: Trailblazer II, Uchi Mata, Uridium, Who Dares Wins II, Winter Games, World Games, Zynaps.

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