Browse the GameBase64 on Mac OS X with style
What is GameBase64 Browser?

GameBase64 is an ongoing effort to document and catalog every Commodore 64 game ever made. It's a database of over 20000 games and includes many additional bits of information about each game, such as manuals, covers and maps, along with the original game media.

Previously using GameBase64 on the Mac was cumbersome and frustrating because it was not designed with Mac OS X in mind. GameBase64 Browser is trying to remedy this situtation. It's a ground-breaking frontend to the GameBase64 database, which allows you to find and play the games you remember from the past, quickly and easily with a user interface you'll feel comfortable in.

Please note that games, screenshots and extras are not part of GameBase64 Browser. You will have to download them yourself.


Take a closer look at GameBase64 Browser for Mac OS X:



GameBase64 Browser 1.1 released.

This is the first major update since the initial release.

It adds support for macOS Sierra and Retina displays, with a fresh new look and feel.

There's now also basic support for the Micro64 emulator and for cartridge-based games.


GameBase64 Browser 1.0.3 released.

This version fixes the rendering issues in Mac OS X 10.7 (Lion).


GameBase64 Browser 1.0.2 released.

Fixes the problem with automatic updating. Oops!
Please download manually.


GameBase64 Browser 1.0.1 released.

Fixes a small bug that prevented users from playing games if some games were missing.


GameBase64 Browser 1.0 released.

This is the first version of GameBase64 Browser for Mac. After many years of neglect, there finally is a real GameBase64 front-end for the Mac.

I already have many ideas of how to take this even further, so stay tuned for future developments. In the meantime enjoy this new way of experiencing all the classic Commodore 64 games, it's like a blast from the past.

I hope that you will discover long forgotten memories, just like I did when creating this application. Have fun!

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