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There have been 10757 visits since 2004-09-29
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Message Number: 65 - Tuesday, July 10, 2018 11:12:13 PDT
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Posted From: Netherlands - nl.gif
Name:  Marcel van Geenen
Comments:

Thanks so much for this page. Still one quenstion, no updates or support any more ? aldo i'm downloading all your media, does this mean this vic site will also go back in the future..?

Greets From The Netherlands

Marcel


Message Number: 64 - Tuesday, February 23, 2016 00:02:23 PDT
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Name:  Aturnwald
Comments:

nice collection, good files, keep on going you do the right thing for the vic-20

bye bye Toni


Message Number: 63 - Saturday, July 7, 2012 18:36:16 PDT
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Posted From: United Kingdom - gb.gif
Name:  colin flowerday
Comments:

the good olde VIC 20 i still have mine and still play games on it now its got a whole load more games thanks to this ripper site.


Message Number: 62 - Friday, April 27, 2012 15:28:24 PDT
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Name:  Peter Jensen
Comments:

Great Vic 20 site, just got a 16 kb ram from Ebay today, now its Vic weekend :o)


Message Number: 61 - Monday, January 9, 2012 11:55:07 PST
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Posted From: United Kingdom - gb.gif
Name:  Chris uk
Comments:

had a vic20 years ago and thought it was dead. fantastic site mate
shows the old days are too precious to be lost.




Message Number: 60 - Friday, February 26, 2010 02:41:04 PDT
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Posted From: Ireland - ie.gif
Name:  TOM51773
Comments:

GREAT WEBSITE.

THE GOOD OLD DAYS OF THE VIC 20 WHEN I WAS ABOUT 7 OR 8. I REMEMBER ONE GAME CANNONADE WHICH I CANT FIND AT ALL. YOU HAD TO SHOOT CANNONS THROUGH A GAP IN A WALL IN THE CENTRE OF THE SCREEN. WOULD ANYONE KNOW OF THIS ONE.


Message Number: 59 - Monday, April 27, 2009 01:05:56 PDT
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Name:  Michael Lambert
Comments:

Great website!

Finally, a website devoted to the often overlooked Vic-20.

I have fond memories of playing my Vic-20 as a teenager. It was
the first computer I ever owned and I especially liked playing text
adventures (which was all there was in those days!) such as Magic
Mirror and the Scott Adams adventures.


Message Number: 58 - Sunday, March 22, 2009 18:32:31 PDT
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Name:  Paul
Comments:

I am looking for vic 20 programs to type in does anyone know where i can get copies?

Thanks in advance


Message Number: 57 - Tuesday, February 3, 2009 08:34:24 PDT
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Posted From: Australia - au.gif
Name:  Ken
Comments:

Hi, So pleased to see your preservation work for the Vic-20. I am a big fan and ex CBM store employee. We are working on our own site and group. The Retro Computing Cult. shazam.zapto.org but need some help to learn Joomla for designing our site.

All the Best!
Ken - vk4akp
SJ of The Retro Computing Cult.
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Message Number: 56 - Wednesday, December 12, 2007 18:28:40 PDT
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Posted From: United Kingdom - gb.gif
Name:  andy pears
Comments:

Wow, the Vic 20 is what made computing great.

It's a shame kids today will never know what it was like when home computing began back in the 80's. The excitement and joy that would be created by social gatherings at the local computer clubs where games were copied and exhanged.

it's hard to beleive i spent days playing the vic's games with more passion than i could ever do using todays consoles. yep those were the days.

Now everyone is spoilt with pixar quality graphics and expects it standard.

Please keep up this brillient work of preserving many childhood dreams that came true.

Andy.

p.s. i have tried some of the TAP files, but they are not working for some reason. any ideas? blue meanies for example.