Retrohax - Vampire 500 V2+
Retrohax has written a blog about installing a Vampire 500 V2+ in an Amiga A500.
AmigaKit A600 1MB
AmigaKit has released a new version of the 1 MB RAM expansion for the Amiga A600. The features are: 1MB RAM, auto configuration, optional Real Time Clock module and a 22-pin A1200 clock-port header.
StrikeWiFi - C64
Geoanas is working on a new project. This time he built a WiFi modem for the Commodore C64. The modem connects to the user-port and is compatible with the CCGMS software.
C128 RM
TheDuckSun is working on a C128 that fits into a C64 case. The features are: VIC/VDC switch, 8 bit colour RAM, 6-36 VDC, Dual-SID, etc. The C128 RM is now available for pre-order.
C256 Foenix
Stefany Allaire is working on a successor for the Commodore C64/128. Recent changes: SD Card support and video output is making progress.
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: MEGA65 user port cartridge, Benchmarking the 6502 and improvements for the video output.
THEC64 Full size
You can now look at the first photos of the full-size pre-production prototype of THEC64, complete with a fully functional integrated keyboard.
The ChickenHead Chronicles - Pi1541
A new episode of The ChickenHead Chronicles is now available. In this episode: Pi1541.
Daniel Renner - Competition Pro USB
Daniel Renner made a video about the use of the Competition Pro Joysticks with the C64 Mini.
HVSC 4 SD2IEC - #69 update
HVSC 4 SD2IEC is a project to convert the HVSC collection to a SD2IEC device. All files are converted to SID DNP files. You can also use the SD-BOX to listen to the SID music.
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: MEGAphone - modem and audio interface and serial data transfer.
A hobbyist guide to the C64 Mini
Holger Weßling wrote a new 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.
SD-BOX v2.2
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: Colour schemes, improvements for the disk drive, language select, memory preview and copying.
SuperCPU - VIC20
Kakemoms is working on a SuperCPU for the Commodore VIC20. The recent changes are: Support for a SD-card.
Thomas Tilley - 1541 Joystick
Thomas Tilley built a custom joystick for his Commodore SX-64. The joystick has the same shape as a Commodore 1541 disk drive.
Peto74 is developing a new cartridge for the Commodore C64. He is working on a prototype and the features are Altera Cyclone II FPGA, SD card, 3 buttons, 8MB Flash ROM and 8MB SRAM.
Tynemouth Software - 8 KB cartridge
Tynemouth Software has developed a 8 KB cartridge for the Commodore C64. Features: Gilded contacts, configuration jumpers and a reset button.
Luigi Di Fraia has added more functionality to his IECHost device. With this device you can connect a Commodore IEC disk drive via USB to a PC. This time he added block allocation details.
A1208 Memory expansion
The A1208 is a new memory expansion for the Amiga 1200 computer.
PET 2001 clone
Glen Kleinschmidt has built a clone of a CBM PET-2001. The specifications are: 32 KiB RAM, BASIC#2, WDC65C02N (CPU), WDC65C21N (PIA) and a WDC65C22N (VIA).
Acrylic retro computer cases
Michael Schön makes acrylic cases for retro computers. There are cases available for the Commodore C64, Amiga 500, Ultimate64, C64/128 cartridges and the Atari 800XL.
Micromys v5
Micromys is a PS/2 mouse adapter for the Amiga, Atari ST and the Commodore 64/128. Changes in this version: Support for the Commodore VIC20 and the Atari 8-bit computers.
Tynemouth Software - IEEE-448 port tester
Tynemouth Software has developed a IEEE-448 port tester for the Commodore CBM/PET computers.
LHS from the web site IDE64 wrote an article about a very rare disk drive for the Commodore C64. The TIB PLC DD-001 is a 3.5" disk drive that connects via the cartridge port.
MiSTer is a port of well-known MiST project, but with a larger FPGA and a faster ARM. At this moment cores for the Commodore PET, VIC20, C16, Plus/4, C64 and the Amiga are available.
Wicher CD32
The Wicher CD32 is now available for the Amiga CD32. This expansion card for the Amiga CD32 has the following features: 11.5 MB FAST RAM, IDE controller and a clock port.
Ogryzek SuperCartridge -C64
The Ogryzek SuperCartridge is a new cartridge for the Commodore C64. The cartridge provides a disk utility, machine language monitor and a menu system for other cartridge images.
Retro Ravi - Amiga laptop
Retro Ravi and Howard from Dubious Engineering started a new project. The goal is to build a Amiga laptop.
C256 Foenix
Stefany Allaire is working on a successor for the Commodore C64/128. Recent changes: Revision B motherboard and text and cursor on the screen.
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: The Mega 65 user's guide and more improvements for the video.
DiagROM - Amiga v1.1
DiagROM is a diagnostic tool for the Amiga computers. When you power-on your Amiga the diagnostic software will star. The diagnose software will try to send information to the serial port and the screen.
GuruNet - Amiga
GuruModem is an RS-232 WiFi modem that can provide internet access to any computer with an RS-232 serial interface. Features: SD card interface and modem speeds up to 115.2K.
The X-Surf-500 is a 100 MBit Ethernet card for the ACA500 and the ACA500plus. Features: 100 MBit, Sana-II device, AmiTCP, GUI and DHCP.
CS530 / CS540 - Amiga
The CS530 / CS540 is a new turbo card for the Amiga 500. The features are: MC68030 / 040, SDRAM, CF, IDE, MP3 / AHI, USB, WIFI, MPEG and HDMI.
The MockA65xx is a universal replacement for the MOS 65xx/85xx CPU. This replacement is based on a FPGA. The following CPU's can be replaced: 6502, 6508, 6509, 6510, 8500, 8501, 8502 and the 6510T.

A demonstration of a 6510T replacement in a 1551 disk drive.
Perifractic's Retro Recipes - Lego C64
Perifractic made a video about building a Commodore C64 with Lego blocks.
Daniel Renner - ARMSID
Daniel Renner made a video about the ARMSID. The ARMSID is a "plug & play" replacement of the MOS6581 and MOS8580 used in the Commodore C64. Features: Output sampling 62kHz, 12bit D/A converter, POTX / POTY, lower noise levels, lower power consumption and Firmware update are possible.

The website of ARMSID.
RetroManCave - Mini Monster Joysticks
RetroManCave made a video about the Mini Monster Joysticks. These joysticks can be used with retro computers such as Commodore, Amstrad, Spectrum, Amiga and Atari.
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: Stable 50Hz and 60Hz video and proportional text rendering.
ReAmiga 1200
John Hertell has developed a new PCB for the Amiga 1200. You can now see what it takes to solder all the components on the new PCB.
Jan Beta - Pi1541
Jan Beta has made a video about using a Raspberry Pi to replace the 1541 disk drive.
KA02 - External PCMCIA adapter
The KA02 is a PCMCIA adapter for the Amiga 1200. With the adapter the PCMCIA card is placed vertically alongside the Amiga.
RetroGamerNation - Ultimate64
RetroGamerNation made a video about the Ultimate64 from Gideon Zweijtzer.
The Guru Meditation - Amiga Vampire v4
In this episode of the Guru Meditation: The Amiga Vampire v4 turbocard.
Commodore The Inside Story
Commodore The Inside Story is a new book written by David Pleasance. David was the Managing Director of Commodore UK. In this book David tells his personal stories from over twelve years at the company.
XoomFloppy Pro
No parity is working on the XoomFloppy Pro. The features are: IEC 6-pin DIN, Parallel / D-SUB 15, IEEE-488 and USB. The XoomFloppy Pro will be available as a DIY kit.
C64 FM Radio v2.3
Listen to your favourite radio stations on your Commodore C64. Timo Voutilainen developed a system that uses a FM Radio module which is connected to the user-port of the Commodore C64. Changes in this version: Support for the TEA5767 chip.

Real Time Clock for your C64.
C64 Mechanical Keyboard Project
Steve is working on a PC keyboard in the style of a Commodore C64 keyboard. He uses the Preonic mechanical keyboard with 3D printed adaptors for the C64 keys.
MP3 player - Plus/4
Kozma Zsolt (Chizman) made a hardware MP3 player for the Commodore Plus/4. He uses the DFPlayer Mini and an ADC0820. The communication between the MP3 player and the Plus/4 is via RS232.
Joystick - USB
Arananet has developed a joystick to USB interface. This interface makes it possible to use your favourite joystick with an emulator on your PC. Plug & Play and Auto-fire is supported.