This post originally came from The Retro Hour - Episode 13 (Commodore 8-Bit Days with Bil Herd) - https://soundcloud.com/the-retro-hour/the-retro-hour-episode-13-commodore-8-bit-days-with-bil-herd by  from The Retro Hour on .

We talk vintage Commodore with the designer of the C128 and Plus/4, Bil Herd! What was it like working under Jack Tramiel and how did he destroy a $40,000 prototype on purpose? Plus, this week’s big retro gaming and tech stories.

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Show notes:

Grand Theft Auto deer causes chaos in game world: http://bbc.in/1pA09Lr
Sell back your digital Xbox One games: http://bit.ly/1SGl7Cd
Retro gaming can make you money: http://bit.ly/1RRPOHG
12 things you don’t remember about old games: http://bit.ly/1U6HTVA
How a company is making $100m a month from a 15 yr old MMO: http://bit.ly/1qaJZJd
Revision 2016 demo party: https://2016.revision-party.net/
New vertical shooter for MSX – Wing Warriors: http://bit.ly/1qaK4MY
New C64 top-down racer & wheel support: http://bit.ly/1obgkxD
Amiga user offers £400 for Stunt Car racer at 50/60 FPS: http://eab.abime.net/showthread.php?t=82101
Atari Vault released on Steam: http://bit.ly/1obgkxD

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