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Anarchy
Neo-Rio says: I think the game designers ripped the game concept for this game off an obscure arcade game... but that doesn't stop it being addictive and difficult. It's half puzzler, half action, all frustrating! But I like it!



Forbidden Forest
Steve says: Chilling and thrilling with a marvellous soundtrack by Paul Norman! Wander through a dark forest and battle with giant spiders, ghouls and other horrible creatures. Nice spatter FX :-)



SkateRock
Neo-Rio says: Don't ask me why, but I found this Bubble Bus game addictive. I still can't get over how stupid the music is though.



Sentinel, The
Mayhem says: Totally original, totally compulsive, totally mindbending. A lot of people didn't get it at the time... pity. Truly a classic game.



Turbo Charge
Neo-Rio says: Play as secret agents on the trail of gunrunners. This driving game has some REAL speed, and your firebutton finger will get a workout, as you can go blasting away at everything on the road.



Hysteria
Neo-Rio says: Colourful side scrolling blaster. Pick up pieces of a puzzle, upon which you are greeted by a weird alien end-of-level boss. The music is quite memorable as well.



Double Dragon III - The Rosetta Stone
Neo-Rio says: This C64 port of the arcade game turned out to be the best two player side scrolling beat'em up ever done for the C64, in my opinion. Make sure you bring a friend in.



Snoopy
Neo-Rio says: Snoopy has to navigate an obstacle course with some well-timed jumping. I had a great time playing this one a long time ago.



Rocket Ranger
Neo-Rio says: Cinemaware, true to their name, produced this game experience on par with a 50s matinee movie. The graphics and sound create a tense and exciting atmosphere, not too unlike Cinemaware's other games.



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