Lee writes "According to Peek N' Poke, there's an official Commodore 64 30-in-1 'TV game' in development, according to current C64 rights-holders Tulip Computers, who has a Dutch-language news story about it on their site."
The Tulip story mentions titles including "Classic Games series from Epyx, inclusief Summer Games, Winter Games, World Games en the seminal California Games"
, and it's notable that Tulip's partner and exclusive C64 licensor
is Ironstone Partners
, who also list as a "sister company" DC Studios
, software developers of the Atari 10-in-1 TV game