“Tulip is working with Ironstone Partners, which will handle all sales of Commodore 64-related products worldwide and take over the main C64 Web portal. Enthusiasts have made over 10 million game downloads, the site owners have said.|Unauthorized use of the Commodore name by other organizations will be stopped, Tulip said in the statement.” —Commodore 64 Makes a Comeback (PC World)
So… what will happen to the enthusiasm of the enthusiasts when Tulip Computers tries to turn the free retrogaming scene into a commercial market? Would there be a community of C64 gamers for Tulip to make money off if the retrogaming scene hadn’t been free in the first place?
Thanks for the suggestion, Rosemary.