Posted By: wraggster
Due to their popularity, 8-bit home computers are still remembered fondly by many with the Commodore 64 being one of the most popular computers of the lot especially in America.
With VICEVita, you can play your favourite C64 titles like Boulder Dash and even those that require constant keyboard input like text adventures!
Now, the PlayStation Vita has just received an improvement in the C64 emulation department as Amnon-Dan Meir (ammeir71), who’s also behind ZXVita, has released VICEVita, a standalone Commodore 64 emulator for the console that doesn’t rely on RetroArch.
Among the features that the emulator offers, we find:
- A pretty nice user interface that makes good use of the Vita’s buttons while also providing constant hints
- A touch keyboard for inputting text into your games
- Savestates allowing you pick up your game from wherever you want
- Support for control mapping