Last month we reported that a number of highly notable retro titles are on the way as DLC for Manomio / Kiloo's C64 for iPhone [App Store] emulator. We've just gotten an update from the developers, naming the first of the upcoming releases.

The first new games out of the gate will be Super Pipeline and Super Pipeline II from Taskset as well as Paperboy from Elite. The Super Pipeline games will cost $0.99, while Paperboy will go for $1.99 as in-game DLC. Following these first titles into the app will be several as yet unnamed free titles.

The developers previously indicated that the app's forthcoming v1.5 update will be focused on usability and playability, with some control and UI tweaks. Kiloo has just pointed further down the road to the v1.6 update that will follow, which they indicate will bring the notable update of customizable controls. We're glad the folks behind C64 for iPhone are keeping the ball rolling for retro fans like myself.

  • http://Www.demasseur.me Remon

    Throw in little computer people and I'm in!!  Super pipeline... Brings back some good memory's.

    • TheFamousEccles

      The only way they can get more games is if they get money. Do you know how they get money?

      Sorry if I misread you there and you have bought the app.

      • http://Www.demasseur.me Remon

        Thank you for that enlightening comment.  It may come as shock to you, but that didn't come to mind. I'm all for supporting developers (mostly always buying my games at full price). Will be going to the AppStore now...

      • http://Www.demasseur.me Remon

        Just bought it! Most of the freegames are unknown to me, same for the paid games. So I'll be waiting for pipeline, paperboy and little computer people. By the way I tought that the famous karategame was included. I also bought the game "flashback" that was promoted within the emulator. A classic and a instant buy!! Played that game loads of times when I was just a little remon...

      • TheFamousEccles

        I'm glad I convinced someone to get it. The devs are great, they pay attention to their customers. I haven't heard of most the games either to be honest.

        You're thinking of Bruce Lee, which should come back with this update.

  • http://Www.demasseur.me Remon

    Throw in little computer people and I'm in!!  Super pipeline... Brings back some good memory's.

    • TheFamousEccles

      The only way they can get more games is if they get money. Do you know how they get money?

      Sorry if I misread you there and you have bought the app.

      • http://Www.demasseur.me Remon

        Thank you for that enlightening comment.  It may come as shock to you, but that didn't come to mind. I'm all for supporting developers (mostly always buying my games at full price). Will be going to the AppStore now...

      • http://Www.demasseur.me Remon

        Just bought it! Most of the freegames are unknown to me, same for the paid games. So I'll be waiting for pipeline, paperboy and little computer people. By the way I tought that the famous karategame was included. I also bought the game "flashback" that was promoted within the emulator. A classic and a instant buy!! Played that game loads of times when I was just a little remon...

      • TheFamousEccles

        I'm glad I convinced someone to get it. The devs are great, they pay attention to their customers. I haven't heard of most the games either to be honest.

        You're thinking of Bruce Lee, which should come back with this update.

  • http://www.yourpersonalrobot.com your personal robot

    Yay, no more crappy Paperboy remake.
    Looking forward the original.

  • http://www.yourpersonalrobot.com your personal robot

    Yay, no more crappy Paperboy remake.
    Looking forward the original.

  • TheFamousEccles

    I'll quote Kiloo_Jeppe's post on upcoming games:

    "Right guys, I promised to give you an overview of our upcoming titles and I'm happy to let you know that it has just been stregthened by none other than Paperboy!

    Elite Systems have given us permission to use Paperboy, so this title will launch ASAP.

    Around the same time Bruce Lee will return to the store, while our upcoming game catalogue will feature these pay titles. Super Pipeline(0.99$), Super Pipeline 2(0.99$) and Space Taxi where we are still negotiating the price.

    Furthermore, we've finally solved the Wizball emulator problems, which means that Wizball will also arrive very soon, it'll probably be 0.99$ for this great classic as well.

    On top of that we've got a couple of free titles lined up, two classic Datasoft titles: O'Rileys Mine and Mancopter, yet another Jeff Minter game and Melbourne House's The Way of the Exploding Fist(still some emulator trouble with this one, but we're getting there, as I played it succesfully today.)

    Before I end this post, I've got a feeling that I'll return with even more licenses in a matter of days As we are nearing the end of very crucial contract arrangement. Only the last few babysteps left now.

    I hope you'll appreciate this massive addition of games for the Commodore 64 app and keep showing your enthusiasm here at Toucharcade."

    I noticed the article left this info out.

  • TheFamousEccles

    I'll quote Kiloo_Jeppe's post on upcoming games:

    "Right guys, I promised to give you an overview of our upcoming titles and I'm happy to let you know that it has just been stregthened by none other than Paperboy!

    Elite Systems have given us permission to use Paperboy, so this title will launch ASAP.

    Around the same time Bruce Lee will return to the store, while our upcoming game catalogue will feature these pay titles. Super Pipeline(0.99$), Super Pipeline 2(0.99$) and Space Taxi where we are still negotiating the price.

    Furthermore, we've finally solved the Wizball emulator problems, which means that Wizball will also arrive very soon, it'll probably be 0.99$ for this great classic as well.

    On top of that we've got a couple of free titles lined up, two classic Datasoft titles: O'Rileys Mine and Mancopter, yet another Jeff Minter game and Melbourne House's The Way of the Exploding Fist(still some emulator trouble with this one, but we're getting there, as I played it succesfully today.)

    Before I end this post, I've got a feeling that I'll return with even more licenses in a matter of days As we are nearing the end of very crucial contract arrangement. Only the last few babysteps left now.

    I hope you'll appreciate this massive addition of games for the Commodore 64 app and keep showing your enthusiasm here at Toucharcade."

    I noticed the article left this info out.

  • Jon

    Way of the Exploding Fist!!!! No way! I have so memories of watching my friend's older brothers playing this game for hours. And its free. Thank you. I think that's what is so great about your emulator is that it can connect some of us older gamers with games that at one time were really important and awesome to us.

  • Jon

    Way of the Exploding Fist!!!! No way! I have so memories of watching my friend's older brothers playing this game for hours. And its free. Thank you. I think that's what is so great about your emulator is that it can connect some of us older gamers with games that at one time were really important and awesome to us.

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