Even before the arrival of various "Resident Evil" and modern horror video games, it was the Commodore 64 in the 1980s, along with other 8-bit computers, that was the true pioneer of survival horror. If you spent entire afternoons playing "Ghosts'n Goblins," "Cauldron," "Forbidden Forest," or "The Castles of Doctor Creep," to name a few, then this is the book for you.
But be warned: "Commodore 64 Horror" is a very niche essay that probably only those who were children or teenagers in the '70s or '80s can fully appreciate.
This book is not a technical guide or a detailed catalog. It's a journey through time to pay homage to that magical period of the late '80s.
The whole experience is enriched with numerous illustrations created by the author himself.
Commodore 64 horror: Breve storia dei videogiochi horror del mitico computer a 8 bit