8 Player Multitap 'Inception' Arrives For The Commodore 64

C64-InceptionIn the earlier days of gaming, having more than two players at a single system was a real rarity and often reserved for the arcades. Despite this, homebrew Commodore 64 developers have decided to take matters into their own hands and turn the home computer into a multiplayer station.

Inception is the latest creation for the C64 hailing from the Czech Republic. Featuring slots for up to eight joysticks for multiplayer action, Inception also harbours eight PS2 mouse ports which go on to emulate the Commodore 64's mouse port.

But what use is such an expansive multitap without any eight player games on the Commodore 64 I hear you cry? Well luckily enough there is already a homebrew title supporting this new accessory, Schlimeisch Mania, along with many more in the pipeline.

Inception can now be pre-ordered for 48 EUR.

Link: Inception Commodore 64 Eight Player Multitap


Last Updated ( 10 July 2013 )  

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(Link to this comment) jamalais 2013-07-10 14:29
thank you Czech Republic
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