C64 Little Computer People
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Little Computer People game data
C64 game name: Little Computer People | Release date:
Publisher: Activision |
Game media type: prg |
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About Commodore 64 Little Computer People
Little Computer People, also called House-on-a-Disk, is a life simulation game released in 1985 by Activision for the Commodore 64.
Little Computer People has no winning conditions, and one setting: a sideways view of the inside of a three-story house. After a short time, an animated character will move in and occupy the house. He goes about a daily routine, doing everyday things like cooking, watching television or reading the newspaper. Players are able to interact with this person in various ways, including entering simple commands for the character to perform, playing a game of poker with him and offering presents. On occasion, the character initiates contact on his own, inviting the player to a game or writing a letter explaining his feelings and needs. Each copy of the game generates its own unique character, so no two copies play exactly the same. The character’s name is randomly selected from a list of 256 names.
The documentation that accompanied the game fully kept up the pretense of the “little people” being real, and living inside one’s computer (the software merely “bringing them out”), with the player as their caretaker.
Two versions of the game existed for the Commodore 64: the disk version, which played as described above, and the cassette version, which omitted several features. On tape versions, the Little Computer Person was generated from scratch every time the game was started up (not only on the first boot, as with other versions), and thus did not go through the “moving in” sequence seen on other versions. Also, on cassette versions the Computer Person had no memory, and did not communicate meaningfully with the user; and the card games, such as poker, could not be played. [source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Little_Computer_People]
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Little Computer People C64 keyboard mapping + gamepad support
C64 emulator joystick - keyboard mappings
|JOYSTICK 1||KEY||JOYSTICK 2||KEY|
|FIRE||LEFT CTRL||FIRE||LEFT SHIFT|
Little Computer People touchscreen joystick emulation
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Little Computer People Gamepad/Joystick support
Connect your USB gamepad or joystick to your computer. The online C64 emulator support 1 or 2 Gamepads + Paddles (axes 3/4).