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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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International Karate + or as it is more commonly known IK+ is a 1987 Commodore 64 game released by System 3. The game is a sequel to the 1985 game which was simply titled International Karate (and was featured in the Jean-Claude Van Damme movie Bloodsport) International Karate + is regarded as one of the best fighting games on the Commodore 64. An interesting bit of trivia about this game is that in the USA the game is known by the name Chop N' Drop. Read more....

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