Walnut Creek CD: C64 Images

The Walnut Creek CD has a number of images on it from the 1980s and this article displays a selection of the Commodore C64 images that can be found on the CD. The quality of some of these pictures is great for this time period and I really enjoyed recovering them.

Directory: /enterprs/c64/gfx/

The images below are contained within the following directory on the Walnut Creek CD and are in either Koala Painter or Doodle format.

Video of Images

You can see the images displayed as a slideshow in the following video.

The copyright of the images remains with the original owners and I make no claim to them. They are contained here as they have been freely available via the Walnut Creek CD for over 20 years.

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