Club Caribe

Club Caribe

Club Caribe

The title screen of Club Caribe


Developer(s) Lucasfilm Games (now LucasArts)
Publisher(s) Quantum Link
Platform(s) Commodore 64
Genre(s) Virtual world
Mode(s) Multiplayer

Club Caribe was one of the first graphical online worlds. It was available in the 1980s on the exclusively Commodore 64 online service Quantum Link. Originally available in limited release as Habitat, Club Caribe was eventually released to the public as an extension of Q-Link's "People Connection".

Famous personalities in the Club Caribe virtual world included Tahiba the island witch, and BLURR2, a writer for the Island Times newspaper.