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Finnish video games

Finland’s first commercial video game Chesmac was published in 1979 for the Telmac 1800 computer. The next decade witnessed the birth and rising popularity of both VIC-20 and Commodore 64, which resulted in computer gaming becoming a hobby as well as the publication of games on a larger scale. Read more...

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Commodore 64 – advertised as the computer of the nation – was a very popular computer in Finland towards the end of the 1980s. The largest group of home computer users was gamers, and the great number of games available on the Commodore played a key part in its popularity. What also affected the popularity of the Commodore was its importer PCI-Data’s marketing tactics that made the brand known to many. The computer was sold more per capita in Finland than anywhere else in the world. Read more....

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