3D VIC20 Game Museum
This page is necessarily graphics heavy with all the box art thumbnails so I apologise right now if it takes a while to load.
This page will eventually contain my entire VIC20 game collection although right now it is still a work in progress. In the future I hope to include scans of the cartridges and cassettes, instructions and maybe some screenshots of the games themselves. If I can find the time perhaps I’ll even include mini reviews of each game but for now I’m concentrating on capturing the boxes.
All the cover images and box art are scanned from my own copy of each of the games. They are presented here exactly as they are in real life. I did consider photo-shopping blemishes, tears and other marks off them but decided against it. These games are nearly 40 years old and I played with them as a child so I thought it best to present them just as they are, antiques of the computer world or museum pieces if you like.
To see the 3D box for each game click on a cover below and it will load up the box in full 3D. You will be able to zoom in and out and rotate the box through 360 degrees in your browser just by using your mouse (works on mobiles too but the 3D models can take a while to load.
As you can imagine creating the boxes in this way takes a long time as I have to scan in each face of the box and then stitch the images together to form the 3D model. I will keep adding more as I find the time.
To navigate the 3D box models click and drag up and down with your mouse (or finger on mobiles) to zoom in and out, and left and right to rotate the models left and right. When you have seen enough of a particular box press your browsers back button to return to this page. I do hope you enjoy looking at them!
Last addition: Seawolf in August 2023