Commodore 64 (C64) Preservation ProjectCommodore 64 (C64) Preservation Project
Christmas Demos
Here's the yearly Christmas Demos!
Because it's difficult to get the Java emulator working correctly in modern times due to security concerns, I've uploaded all the demos to YouTube.
If you can manage to add this site to your Java security exceptions, you can still run them in emulation here.

The main goal of this project is to archive pristine versions of original Commodore 64 software, including copy protection. A secondary goal and benefit of this will be to catalog and document all the different copy protection methods used. This information will be used to improve emulation, as well as allow remastering of the software onto new disks for you to enjoy on the real thing.

Of course, to reach these goals, we need your help. This software exists only on magnetic media from the 1980's, and as such has been disappearing into attics, yard sales, and landfills for 20-25 years. Floppy disks were also never made to last a lifetime, as I have found in purchasing them in auctions. Even disks that were stored and cared for by their owners all these years have pretty high failure rates, including some where the magnetic material actually wipes right off, making the drive heads filthy.

You can help preserve them for our own and future generations in a number of ways, so please use the contact form for details or ask in the forums.

C64 Registry Stats
Total Registered: 1743

Top 5 Earliest Serials
Unknown: 0019
Charles Lynch: 0021
Jeff VonHolten: s00001281 S00001390
Matteo Caccia: S00001576

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Disk Database Stats
Titles archived: 3438
Titles verified: 1267

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