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Lunar Outpost
Neo-Rio says: This ain't your father's Space Inavders. You have to strategically eliminate the aliens attacking your bases, in 3D!


Blue Angel 69
Neo-Rio says: This is an intriguing puzzle game which you play against the mind of the Blue Angel. The Blue Angel is, of course, a very ... er... naked robot which will show you a racy robot picture if you win. Why is she Angel 69? Don't ask.



International Basketball
graveyardjohn says: A great two player game from 1984, I played this with my brother for ages. Easy to play, but also easy to foul and cause penalties to be awarded.


Journey to the Centre of the Earth, A
Neo-Rio says: A playable little platform game, as you try to get your little man down to the center of the Earth. No doubt you'll get a surprise when you get there!



Quedex
Neo-Rio says: The Quest for Ultimate Dexerty had you, the player, try and push a ball to the exit. However, this game is no marble madness. It has puzzle and action elements, and you will be sorely tested.



ACE II
Neo-Rio says: Head to head dogfighting simulator, so you can most certainly blow up your friend in an air battle, or take on the computer. Yet another game to be graced by a Rob Hubbard music score.



Space Taxi
Michael Plate says: One of the first games using a digitized voice. The simple but addicting game idea was used for different remakes on other platforms.



Pi.R Squared
Neo-Rio says: Weird action/puzzle game this one. Collect the equation by running around the cogs in the right order. Amazingly frustrating game (don't throw your joystick!), but will surprisingly hook you.



Planet Raider
Neo-Rio says: Much like "Thrust", but this game does away with carrying that stupid fuel cell and returns you to a game experience more similar to Atari's arcade "Gravitar"


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