• Dr. Evil Laboratories

  • by kentsu

This blog recounts the history of Dr. Evil Laboratories, the creator, manufacturer, and retail sales of peripherals and software for the Commodore 64, including the Imagery! adventure game system, the SID Symphony Stereo cartridge, and the Swiftlink-232 cartridge.


A Glimpse into Digital Solution, Inc.'s Products

One can learn quite a bit about a defunct software company's products and timeline from searching through online archives. Digital Solutions created the well-known Paperback / Pocket series for the C-64/128, as well as Amiga versions of at least some of those products. Read more...


How to Forensically Repair a Corrupted .D64 Image

Do you have an image of a 1541 disk that has special meaning, but it has corruption (bad sectors)? Learn how to repair the image by replacing the bad sectors in place, without disturbing the placement of any of the data. Read more...


CBM REU: Almost a perfect home for function ROMs

If you want to use your CBM RAM Expansion Unit (REU) to host a function ROM, check out this post. Read more...