TitleCategoryUpload Date
64 Exchange BBS v2.0 Category: 64Exchange BBSMar-18-2018

64 Exchange BBS v2.0 by David Tingler - Another release of the relatively simplistic BBS program for the Commodore 64.  Many version of this program exist, but this particular archive has a bit of documentation included.

Platform: Commodore 64
64 Exchange BBS v1.5 Category: 64Exchange BBSMar-18-2018

64 Exchange BBS by David Tingler, released in 1984.  This is a relatively simple BBS that went through many version in a short time.  David Tingler was not consistent in his version names and although the intro screen says version 11/21 it was also called v1.5.


Platform: Commodore 64
Outdial Directory Utility v1.0 Category: Hack Phreak War DialMar-18-2018

Outdial Directory Utility v1.0 by Micropirates Inc. Released on 7/15/92 - Basically this is a US directory of all the SprintNET outdials from back in the day.  Obviously not useful at all these days, but sometimes it's just fun to reminisce about the days gone by.

Platform: Commodore 64
Picture Display Category: Graphic ViewersMar-18-2018

Picture Display by A. Waller (c) 1987 Datel Electronics is a graphics viewer for the following formats: Koala, Blazing Paddles, Artist 64, Advanced Art Studio & Image System.  On the disk is also Picture Convert which you can use to convert between formats.  There are instructions also included on the disk.

Platform: Commodore 64
Move 80f Category: Machine Language ToolsMar-14-2018

Move 80f by Donald E. Bradley is a cool little Commodore 128 utility that found it's way onto Qlink back in the day.  With this utility, a Commodore 64 program running on a Commodore 128 (in c64 mode) can access the 64k VDC memory to store data.  Full docs are included in the archive.

Platform: Commodore 128
Partition128 v3.1 Category: CMD Hard DriveMar-14-2018

Partition128 v3.1 by Jerome P. Yoner (c) 1991 is a Commodore 128 80-column utility for CMD hard drives, RAMLink and RAMDrive that lets you gather information about the partitions.  You can sort and print the information in various ways.  Full documentation is included on the disk.

Platform: Commodore 128
Koala to Hires Category: Graphics ConvertersMar-13-2018

Koala to Hires by Brian Conrad (c)1985 - This handy little utility is a fixed version by someone I believe went by the handle "schoolbus" but I'm only guessing based on the intro screen.  Anyway, this gem will convert a picture create with Koala Painter over to a standard C64 hires image.

Platform: Commodore 64
Guild Format Category: Fast FormattersMar-13-2018

Guild Format by Ron Potier - This is a kinda cool fast format program for tose occasions when you need to format a couple hundred floppies.  Once the program is loaded you can format floppies over and over by just hitting "y" and enter once the format is finished.

Platform: Commodore 64
geoFont Catalog Category: Articles and GuidesMar-06-2018

geoFont Catalog is a listing of almost all the fonts available for GEOS printed in the actual font of each respective type.  This is a worthy document to have printed and near at hand if you do much with GEOS.  The document originates from https://www.lyonlabs.org/commodore/onrequest/geos/geoFont.pdf


Platform: PDF
geoPublish Tutorial Category: Articles and GuidesMar-06-2018

This PDF is an excellent tutorial on how to use geoPublish to create a newsletter.  The tutorial is very thorough and full of great hints and tips.  Originally the source of this document was http://members.shaw.ca/cue64/geopindex.html but unfortunately that site no longer exists.

Platform: PDF
WsDos v7.1 Category: Multi Function ToolsMar-05-2018

WsDos v7.1 by Sid Davis, released early 2018.  Although the documentation describes this as a loader for C64 software using native C128 burst mode, it does so much more!  Below is a quote of the description and features from the docs:

WsDos is a program for the Commodore 128 PC. It provides a way to load and run C64-mode software using the C128's native burst mode protocol. This is done by loading a program while in 128-mode, then switching down to 64-mode where it is started.

 Installing itself into a seperate bank of memory, the program is protected from being overwritten while in 64 mode. It is also invisible to a suprising amount of C128 software as well. It even survives a CP/M session!


  • program code overrides internal ROM routines and starts itself every reset

  • fully compatible with CMD's RAMLink (since V5)

  • supports display of petascii (and raw ascii) textfiles

  • autoexec functionality gives you the ability to do anything you want on each

  • disk you own (run C128 programs, install fastload drivers etc)

  • works with devices 8 to 30

  • copy single files to and from any drive

  • can run up to ten 64-mode programs (per disk side) automatically when you reset

  • correctly supports C128s that have been internally expanded to 256K

  • offers a way to create more commands (executables) upon demand

  • works together with RAMDOS (included on the system disk)

 I highly recommend checking this out, especially if you don't have JiffyDOS or some other form of fast loading.

Platform: Commodore 128
Disk Frisk Category: Disk EditorsMar-05-2018

Disk Frisk by Jeff Johnson, released in 1985.  This is a pretty solid little utility for doing all kinds of low level stuff with a floppy disk.  There is sector editing, un-scratching files, lock/unlocking of files, file tracing and more.  This would be a good utility for your toolbox.

Platform: Commodore 64