Commodore released one of the world's most beloved computers in 1982, the Commodore 64. And like most retro computers, it's easy to emulate the C64 on the Raspberry Pi.
Hot on the heels of his tutorial on emulating an Amiga, comes this video from Dan Wood. In it he walks you through the process of turning a Raspberry Pi into a Commodore 64.
Turn a Raspberry Pi into a C64
"I have my Raspberry Pi 2 connected to my TV," says Dan. "I have my ethernet plugged in you will be able to use Wi-Fi also but you need an internet connection to download and install the emulator."
Dan connects an Xbox One controller to the Raspberry using a USB cable, which he uses to play games. The software installation is RetroPie.
- Read more: Commodore 64 Retro Pie setup
The Commodore 64 had a great collection of games built for it over the years, and exploring old systems like the Commodore 64 is a great way to get a better understanding of how computers have evolved.
Sadly, this project doesn't include a case (which is odd as Dan used a case reminiscent of the Commodore in his other project, the Amiga). There are lots of 3D Printed cases for the C64, like this Commodore on Etsy.