Universal Emulator GameBase!
A beta is now available for download!
- The C64 Frontend
Note: Gamebase64 will soon cease to be
supported and will be completely replaced by the new
Main Program and Database
The base release and full download
package for gamebase64 is Version 1.2. This has the
runtimes needed along with the main program and database.
There is an update to v1.21, which adds VICE
support, but the latest version is v1.3b. Although this
was released as a beta version, it is quite stable and
has had no bug reports. Version 1.3b also has a few
extra features so it is worth upgrading to.
v1.2 Main Program and database
You need to download and install this before you upgrade
to v1.21 or v1.3b.
v1.21 VICE Support Update - 257k
This adds support for the VICE
emulator. You must have v1.2 installed on your computer
before running this update.
v1.3b Latest version - 280k
New features. Must have v1.2 already installed.
- Improved database for v1.3b!
Eibach has compiled a database for use with v1.3b of
gamebase64. It is far more accurate than the one distributed
in v1.2 and is definitely worth upgrading to! Click
here to see the changes in this new database.
v1.3b new database and screenshots - 3.5mb
Unpack the screenshots in this zip file into your existing
gamebase64 Screenshots folder. Please backup your
old database before unpacking this new one if you do
not want to lose it!
If you want to view the game screenshots
when you click on games in gamebase64, you need to download
these screenshot packs: -
Pack 1, Screenshot
Screenshot Pack 3,
Screenshot Pack 4
Screenshot Pack 5,
Screenshot Pack 6
Screenshot Pack 7,
Screenshot Pack 8
Or you can get them all in one 10mb zip file here.
downloading, unzip them to gamebase64's Screenshots
can also get gamebase64 and the screenshots from here
(German site) and here
gamebase64 package does not come with game and sid files,
but the database is ready to run games and sids from
the Blast Collection and the HVSID
Collection. You need to download these before you
can use them in gamebase64. Remember, you can add your
own game and sid files to gamebase64, so if you don't
wish to download these collections you don't have to...
gamebase64 will still run and you can simply link your
own games and sids to the database instead.
can get the Blast Collection from the Arnold
worth mentioning that although you can add more
games to gamebase64, when GameBase
is released along with The Gamebase
Collection, the new database will contain pretty
much every game you can think of, so you might not wish
to spend too much time adding games that will be available
when the Gamebase Collection is released.