The VIC 20 launched the concept of the home microcomputer by offering them a cheap box of plastic that connected to the TV, made pretty sounds and drew pretty pictures. With time, they'd learn the BASIC programming language, then get into Assembler, and then the whole world became better bedroom programmers. The adults would hook up to the bulletin boards and business servers, doing real-time sharedealing, budgeting and running the world using acoustic coupler equipment.
Then the Commodore 64 came along a year later, and the VIC 20 was obsolete, with Quantum Link was the replacement for the working stuff. Meanwhile, in the UK, there was a battle going on over what computer the BBC would choose for its Computer Literacy Project.
VIC 20 'Interview' Commercial
Monty on the Run Highscore
Last Ninja 2 (One of the levels)
Orbtraxx Track 1
Orbtraxx Track 4
Orbtraxx Track 7
Orbtraxx Track 0
Games Unlimited VIC 20 Commercial
William Shatner VIC 20 Commercial
VIC 20 'Controls' Commercial
VIC 20 'College' Commercial
Realms of Quest III (That Bach thing)
Realms of Quest III (Moonlight Sonata)
VIC Rat Race
Daniel Kahlin & Andreas Ersson
Machine (VIC-Tracker + Modern Synth)
With thanks to:
Various YouTube videos that inspired my choice of music
Pouet - www.pouet.net
VIC Tracker - http://www.kahlin.net/daniel/victracker/
Stereo podcast because of the mono soundchip, but the stereo VIC-Tracker!