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On Sunday September 7, 2014 TPUG was invited to participate in a film shoot for a mini documentary style promo for Starbucks. They contacted us and wanted us to recreate our Occupy Starbucks event from a couple of years ago. The notice was short, but we managed to gather quite a few members and spent […]
M.UL.E. Returns, the remake of the classic Commodore 64 and Atari 8-bit game, has been released for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad running iOS 5.0 or later. Featuring remixed music by TPUG’s own Rob Adlers! Matt Brudzynski of Comma8 Studios gave a preview and some history of the game at World of Commodore last year and […]
TPUG had a booth at the recent Toronto Mini Maker Faire. Check out our photos from the event here!
TPUG will have a booth at the Toronto Mini Maker Faire on Sunday Sept 22nd 2013 at the Wychwood Barns. Come and check out our interactive display as well as the wide variety of projects from Makers around the area.
On January 20th, Several TPUG members participated in the worldwide Commodore SX-64 Party @ Starbucks, celebrating the 30th anniversary of the announcement of the Commodore SX-64 portable computer. Photos from the Toronto event can be viewed here.
The videos from World of Commodore 2012 have now been published on our YouTube Channel. Click here to go directly to the playlist.
The old Joomla-powered TPUG web site was starting to show its’ age so we’ve moved over to a new CMS that will be much easier to maintain. Please bear with us while we complete this change. You may encounter links that don’t work, so please be patient while we get that all sorted out.
TPUG now has its own YouTube Channel! Check it out at http://www.youtube.com/TorontoPETUsersGroup with videos from recent World of Commodore events. Much more to come soon!
TPUG will be at the Fan Expo Gaming Expo 2011 along with the Personal Computer Museum and AC Games! The dates are August 25-28, 2011. Drop by our display and play some classic and new Commodore 64, VIC-20, Amiga and PET games!
The Commodore Computer Club of Vancouver, WA has posted a review of the TPUG Library CD. Check it out!