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C > COMMODORE  > MAX Machine / Ultimax / VC-10


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Saturday 6th May 2017

Ira Velinsky designed MAX Machine, C116 and CBM-II line.
Then he moved to Atari where he made Portfolio and Stacy case.
I play Avenger for the MAX: best Space Invaders conversion ever, better than C64 version

Thursday 28th July 2011
RetroRoby (Luxemburg)

I''m searching also a Commodore Max not to expensif. But i don''t know where i can search for.
Can you help me please?

Thank you and best regard RetroRoby

Sunday 28th August 2005
R.T.Dickinson (London)

I've just added a Japanese version of the Max to my Commodore computer collection. The P.S. is 110v and the display is NTSC. All the instructions are in Japanese. The unit came with all its original packaging and is in pristine condition and full working order. 4 games cartridges and a commodore basic cartridge was also included in the sale.

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