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The Lospec Palette List is a database of palettes for pixel art. We include both palettes that originate from old hardware that could only display a few colors, as well as palettes created by pixel artists specifically for making art. All palettes can be downloaded and imported into your pixelling software of choice (learn how). You can also try a our palette of the day or a random palette.
Commodore64 was an 8-bit home computer released in 1982.
Use by early versions of windows for UI and icons.
Newly recalculated palette for the VIC II (Commodore 64) by Pepto. #c64
The Commodore VIC-20 was an 8-bit computer released by Commodore Business Machines in 1980.
This palette was originally created by Mathew Eis and posted to his site. It's a reconstruction of windows 95's 8-bit 256 color palette.
Had trouble getting it working so uploading it here to convert, as well as share with other people looking for it (took me a bit of searching to find)
Sampled from a PC-88 game. Will update when the proper title is found.
This is the new default color scheme used in the Windows Console starting in Windows 10 build 16257, first introduced here. It is designed to emulate the old IBM / DOS defaults while being significantly more readable on modern LCD screens.
One of the palettes available in the standard mode on the CGA. The black can be replaced by any of the other colors in the full CGA palette.
A 3rd unofficial palette for CGA.
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