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Match Point
Neo-Rio says: Despite its age, this is one of the most playable tennis games on the C64 in my opinion. Many hours spent trying to beat my brother at it.


Sword of Kadash
Neo-Rio says: This overhead action roleplaying game will keep you busy for a long time. Classic addictive Role Playing with action and exploration. Great stuff.



Streets of London
Neo-Rio says: What a ridiculous text adventure game! Silly jokes, a near unfathomable map, and the chance to mug old ladies for the bus fare are all part of your journey to find the Holy Grail in modern day London!


Air Support
J2003C says: I used to like to play in strategy mode, allowing more time to plot each move of my army. Action mode can be fun too, but the computer has the advantage. Just watch those robot soldiers convulse as they go into battle! Takes time to learn the controls.


Forbidden Forest
graveyardjohn says: Resident Evil? Pah! Here's where it started...



Great American Cross-Country Road Race, The
Neo-Rio says: Activision converted their Atari 2600 game "Enduro" to the C64, and added a cannonball run element. The gameplay stays simple, but now there is actually a point to the whole thing.


Lords of Midnight
Neo-Rio says: This game is not for the impatient, cause the map and game is very big indeed. It's a classic graphical adventure game, and if you have the patience you'll find this game rewarding.


Highway Encounter
Neo-Rio says: A bunch of robots have to push a rather special bomb to the end of the highway - but unless you clear a path for them, they'll get zapped before they finish their job. Quite a challenge.



Katakis
Neo-Rio says: This game nearly got scrapped for being too similar to "R-Type". Fortunately it survived, and what a fun game it is too. Katakis lives!



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