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Jack Tramiel, the founder of Commodore International, a company best known for manufacturing the Commodore 64, passed away yesterday at the age of 83.
Tramiel formed Commodore International in 1982, which released, among other things, the Commodore 64, Commodore 128, and Commodore Amiga. He also founded the Atari Corporation in 1984 after purchasing Atari Inc.'s Consumer Division from Warner.
My sincere Condolences to the Family and fans,I have my Commodore and Atari still and play them time to time I really liked Bunkers that was a great game...may he R.I.P......
You shall be missed, both by your family and as the person who created the most successful PC of all time.
My condolences to his family, it's because of people like him that we have the games we love today.
Sounds like he lived a very good life. RIP.
Rest in Peace.
Never heard of this man but from what i read just now it looks like he was one of the people that pushed gaming forward so i salute you sir and may you rest in peace.
Thank you sir for your contributions to our beloved hobby, we will make sure you are not forgotten.
rip fellow gamer...
I never knew the guy or the Commodores, but a brilliant figure in the industry deserves some great respect. Rest easy.
Ah, my first games I played were on the ol' Commodore 64. Many memories, and learning. Thank you! RIP.
never played it but i know who he was alas.