Monthly Archives: December 2009

How To: Load custom games on v1.2.24

Platform: iPhone & iPod Touch
OS: 3.1.2
App: v1.2.24

How To Guide created by: DNA (aka DNA64)
Contact: dna [at] myhostclub [dot] com
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Advertisements v1.2.24 Gets UNLIMITED GAMES!

I simply had to create a new post for this because of how great this news is.

The latest version of the Commodore 64 Emulator ( for the Apple iPhone and iPod Touch

I will create a GamePack installer tonight for this version and will have all the details up soon.

"Custom Games on C64 v1.2.24" v1.2.24 Findings

Part 1
I finally got around to checking out v1.2.24 of the Commodore 64 Emulator ( for the Apple iPhone and iPod Touch (I’m doing this as I type in fact), and while I already mentioned that you can still play custom games, I didn’t go much further into detail. This will be a multi-part post involving the exploration, discovery and exploitation of the latest release (1.2.24).
Continue reading v1.2 Still vulnerable to custom games exploit!


I just updated to 1.2 and used the gamepack to install some custom games, and it works just like in 1.1.11.
The only noticeable change to me was the Joystick is now on the Left Side! Yay!

More updates on this version soon!


I also just noticed some changes in the settings.
Screenshots etc to follow…

C64 GamePack now live on Cydia!

Special Thanks to Ajeje for creating a pkg for Cydia and getting it hosted with BeYouriPhone.

I will of course be releasing an updated pkg myself via the BigBoss Repo soon, and hopefully the GameLoader as well, which I will be working on in these next few days.

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Release: GamePack for C64 Emulator! (Build 3)

This is an Update to Build 2 of the GamePack I released earlier.

The games are the same, however I have added additional error checking.
The install script will now search for the “install” file in “/usr/bin/” if the file exists the script will continue. If it cannot find the required file, it will copy the install file included with this GamePack and the set the correct permissions before continuing with the install.
(No Wifi is required, as I opted out of using apt-get as originally planed.)

You can download the new build below:
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