BackBit - C64
BackBit is a new cartridge developed by Evie Salomon. The cartridge can use a SD memory card for storing D64, T64, CRT or PRG files. Via a menu you can choose which file you want to load into your Commodore 64.
Daniel Renner - FPGASID Adapters
Daniel Renner has made a video about the installation and use of FPGA adapters.
Chuck Hutchins - petSD+
Chuck Hutchins has made a video about assembling and testing a petSD+ version 2.4. This is a SD card reader for the Commodore PET.
Paul Gardner-Stephen is working on a FPGA version of the Commodore C65. His goal is to make an 8-bit computer for the 21st century. Most recent updates: Free and Open-Source replacement ROMs for the Commodore C64.
Adrian Black - C64 Kernal Switcher (Arduino)
A new video from Adrian Black. This time he installs a Kernal switcher in a Commodore C64. The features are: 4 different KERNAL images, selection with the RESTORE key and a reset function.
Mini Commodore monitor
Chris Mills has built an mini version of a Commodore 1702 monitor for his C64 Mini. He also use the monitor together with a Raspberry-Pi and Combian with the VICE emulator.
ADF-Copy/Drive v1.001
ADF-Copy is a small device with a Teensy 3.2. This device connects to USB and a 3,5" PC floppy drive. This device makes it possible to read and write ADF's from or to a real Amiga diskette. The new features are: Compare, Format / AutoFormat, Diskinfo and Settings.
Bart Venneker - C64 chatting like it is 1985 (Dutch)
Bart Venneker has made a video about building a system to chat like it is the year 1985. The system uses a WiFi connection and a server to receive and send messages with your Commodore C64.
GadgetUK164 - CD32 TF330
GadgetUK164 has made a video about an Amiga CD32 with a Terrible Fire TF330C. The TF330 has a 68030 CPU, 64 MB RAM and an IDE controller.
6502 Watch
NotArtyom has built a watch that is powered by a 6502 microprocessor. The features are: 65c02 CPU @ 8MHz, 65c22 VIA (LCD, keyboard and buttons), Nokia 5110 LCD, 32 KB SRAM, 16 KB ROM and a Commodore keyboard connector.
IEEE488 cartridge
Asklia & knusis developed an IEEE488 cartridge for the Commodore C64. The features are: IEEE 488 bus routines for Commodore and other IEEE devices. Function keys, speed loader (Speeddos) and Centroncis.
C64 Weather station
Matteo Angelini has built a system for the Commodore C64 with a DS1307 / DS3231 and a BME280 module. This system gives you a Real Time Clock, a temperature, humidity and an atmospheric pressure measurement. The program uses this measurements to display a weather station.
MiSTer is a port of well-known MiST project, but with a larger FPGA and a faster ARM. Examples of "cores" are: Commodore PET, VIC20, C16, Plus/4, C64 and the Amiga. The recent changes are: C16: SID support, C64: Improvements for cartridges, CIA, SID, user-port and support for TAP files.
Mike is developing a new cartridge for the Commodore VIC20. MINIMON is only 2 KB - $9800..$9FFF and the features are: Memory dump / edit, Register dump / edit, Execute code, Direct Assembler / Disassembler, Transfer, Compare, Fill, Hunt, breakpoints, Load, Save and Verify.
The Polish company CS-LAB is developing the Warp1260 turbo card for the Amiga. You can now watch a demonstration video on YouTube.
Tynemouth Software - SD2PET
Tynemouth Software has written a blog about the development of a SD card disk drive for the Commodore PET series of computers. The SD2PET is now available for pre-order.
Usborne books
Usborne has made older computer books available for free in the pdf format. A few examples are: Machine code for beginners, Creepy computer games, The mystery of Silver Mountain and Computer Fun.
Adrian Black - C16 & Plus/4 CPU replacement
Adrian Black has made a video about replacing the 8501 CPU in a Commodore C16 or Plus/4 with a 6510 CPU from a Commodore C64.
BastichB 64K - Digital Datassette
BastichB 64K made a video about the use of a digital replacement for the Commodore Datassette.
Shift-Clr/Home: More 8-Bit Thoughts In A GigaBit World
Lenard Roach has written another book about the 8-bit world. This book is about the best-selling computer of all time - The Commodore.
VIC-2000 Expander
Radical Brad is working on a modern expansion for the Commodore VIC-20. The features are VGA video, 4096 colours, 16 Megabytes of fast audio / video memory, a blitter system (sprites) and 4 channels of 8 bit sound.

A demonstration video of the VIC-2000 Expander.
A modern Commodore 64
Eric Hill built himself a modern Commodore C64. He used an Individual Computers MK2 Reloaded, Kickstarter C64C case and the Mechboard64.
C256 Foenix
Stefany Allaire is working on a successor for the Commodore C64/128. Recent changes: A new design for the case.
Sven Petersen - C64 Power Supply
Sven Petersen has developed a replacement power supply for the Commodore C64. You can built the power supply yourself. The schematics, parts list and PCB lay-outs are available on GitHub.
Jan Derogee - Rotary Dial Numpad
Jan Derogee has developed new hardware for the Commodore VIC20 and the C64. The VIC20 and C64 don't have a numerical keypad like the C128. To solve that problem in the most possible retro kind of way, there is now the "Rotary Dial Numpad".
C0pperdragon - C64 Video Enhancement
C0pperdragon has developed a modification board for the Commodore 64 with a YPbPr video output. This device passively listens to 22 pins of the VIC-II and uses an FPGA to create a pixel-perfect video image.
Daniel Renner - Turbo Chameleon v2
Daniel Renner made a video about the new Turbo Chameleon v2 cartridge from Individual Computers.
Rob Clarke - PET 4010 Voice Response Unit
Rob Clarke has made a video about the Commodore PET 4010 Voice Response Unit. This device was developed for the Commodore PET/CBM computer by the Votrax corporation.
SIDFX is a device that makes it possible to install two SID chips inside your Commodore C64, SX-64, 128, 128D or C64 Reloaded. The features are: No soldering required, direct audio-output, automatic detection of different type of SID's and easy configuration.
The magicFlash64 is a kernal replacement for the Commodore 64. The features are: 64 x 8 KB slots (writeable from the C64), flash memory and a Atmega48 micro controller.
Paul Gardner-Stephen is working on a FPGA version of the Commodore C65. His goal is to make an 8-bit computer for the 21st century. Most recent updates: Improvements for audio mixing, freezer, SID, disk-drive and sprites.
Tynemouth Software - C16 / 64KB
Tynemouth Software wrote a blog about upgrading a Commodore C16 to 64 KB of RAM.
Diag264 is a method of testing the hardware of a Commodore C16, C116, Plus/4, C232 or the V364. The tests are: Cassette, serial, userport, RS-232, keyboard, joystick, RAM, ROM, TED, screen, colours and graphics.
The FluxEngine is a very cheap USB floppy disk interface capable of reading and writing exotic non-PC floppy disk formats. At this moment not all formats are supported but a few examples are: IBM MFM / DMF, Atari ST, Acorn (A)DFS, Amiga, Brother, etc.
Dan Wood - A500 internet
Dan Wood talks about the connecting an Amiga A500 to the internet. He is using a WiModem232 to make the connection between the RS-232 on the Amiga and a Wifi signal.
FlashFloppy 1.0 - GOTEK
Keir Fraser released new firmware for the GOTEK. Improvement in this version: Game/demo AutoSwap, OLED display text and support for HDM image files.
Daniel Renner - SRAM64
Daniel Renner made a video about replacing the memory of the Commodore C64 with the SRAM64 module.
A hobbyist guide to the C64 Mini
Holger Weßling wrote a book about the C64 Mini. In this book: Update Firmware, Disk management, Operating systems, Programming languages, Emulators, Hardware, USB, Modding, Hacks, Tips & Tricks, Demo's, Wiki's and FAQ. The book is now also available in a printed version (English & German).

The book as an eBook:
Jan Derogee - Rotary joystick
Jan has made a "joystick" especially for playing games like Decathlon and Crank Crank Revolution.
SD-BOX v2.3
The SD-BOX is a cartridge with an SD card interface for the Commodore C64. The cartridge has many functions for the disk drive and the Datassette. Recent updates: Added a function for formatting diskettes.
Turbo Chameleon 64 - v2
Individual computers has announced the Turbo Chameleon 64 version 2. The features are: VGA, Turbo (9.8x), 16MB REU, 4MB GeoRAM, MMC/SD card, PS2 keyboard & mice, realtime clock, USB and cartridge emulation: Action Replay, Retro Replay, KCS Power cartridge, Final Cartridge 3, Expert Cartridge, SuperSnapshot 5, etc.
The Guru Meditation - A1200 keycaps
In this episode of the Guru Meditation: Bill takes a look at the new Commodore Amiga keycaps from
The guy old made a video of a rare hardware expansion for the Commodore PET/CBM computer. The HAL PCG-6500 is a graphics board with aprogrammable character set generator and a sound device.
SX-64 mini
Christian Steenken has built a mini version of the Commodore SX-64. The features are: Excellway EF01 case, Raspberry Pi, 3.5" LCD, WiFi, keyboard, SD card an USB.
APECAT - Amiga
APECAT is an Amiga processor extension card for application transfer. With this device you can transfer data to the Amiga directly in to the Amiga memory. You can follow the progress on the web page of Stian Søreng.
Wicher 508 - CDTV
The Wicher 508 is new expansion card for the Amiga CDTV. The features are: 8MB Fast RAM (SDRAM) and a IDE controller.
Amiga 500 - Papercraft
Rocky Bergen made a new papercraft design of a retro computer. This time he made the Amiga 500 including a monitor.
Amiga WARP calendar 2019
The Amiga WARP calendar 2019 is now available. You can use the standard version or the starfield version.
Bwack - C64 VICII
Bwack is making a video series about the analysis of the VIC-II die shot. In this part: The address generator.
Arcade2USB - C64 Mini
TSB made a converter to use the Arcade joystick on a C64 Mini. The converter transforms the digital signals from a Atari/DB9 style joystick to USB signals.