I've added some games that I made on my Commodore 64. I found these games on some old cassette tapes I found in a box. I decided to try to import them to my computer and digitally preserve them that way. In order to transfer the games I bought a USB cassette player. Each side of these cassette tapes hold 30 minutes of noise, and I had to run through these tapes in 1:1 speed using different methods for recording the sound. After trying several tools for converting autdio files into Commodore 64 application files, I got best results using WAV-PRG. This application takes the recorded audiofile, and outputs several PRG files, which can then be opened in an emulator. I've added the games I was able to extract as a downloadable archive. For playing these games, I recommend using The VICE Emulator.
To compare a cassette tape with the storage technologies of today, the transfer rate of the Commodore 64 cassette was roughly 300 bits/s. This gives an overwhelming 100kB per 30 minute cassette. The storage capacity could be improved to 1000kB using turbo tape software or other fast loaders.
In addition to this, I added counts behind category and tech names, so that one can easily see how many titles are contained behind each link.
Added Commodore 64 Games
Saturday February 2. 2013