In a world of touchscreens. Our children, which is born today. They simply don’t know anything about Joysticks, cassette loading or even what a mouse is very soon. When I grow up, Commodore 64 was the thing to have, but I was a bit too young to know anything about it. So, for me. Amiga 500 became the first computer, but Commodore 64 was the hit in the 80’s. So, BBC tried a stunt, and see if children today understand how C64 works.
As you see in this clip, BBC tried to see what happens when some children tries Commodore 64 today. A game loading from cassettes could easy take 10-15 minutes to load.
Maybe parents should buy Commodore 64 or Amiga just to teach children?