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Top view of the multicart
Screenshot of menu interface
A hundred and twenty-seven Commodore Vic-20 games, all packed onto one cartridge, and runnable
from a custom menu interface, for 36$.
Need I say more? That's 28 cents a game. If you love your Vic-20, you really should show it
your love and pick up one of these multi-carts.
Check it out, in action.
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This cartridge designed for your Commodore VIC-20 computer comprises 127 games, all of which were originally published as game cartridges between 1981 and 1984. No additional expansion is required to play them, except a joystick and, depending on the game, a pair of paddles.
The new Behr-Bonz will be slightly different from the Original with a new color in the menu and a button to reset to menu without the need to turn your VIC-20 off and on.
The Behr-Bonz multicart circuit board is exactly the same physical size as a Commodore made game cartridge so it can fit in the plastic case of a game you already own (4.5 x 9 cm). No plastic case is provided.
Just like original Commodore cartridges it uses gold plating to protect your cartridge port connector and for the longest possible lifespan. It is protected by a 90 day money back guarantee. Please note that out of the 100 original units made in 2008, not a single one was found to be defective nearly 7 years after their initial release.