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GB64 Recommended Games...


Mayhem in Monsterland
Mayhem says: Flashy, fast, slick... and highly playable. The pinnacle of console-like gaming on the C64.



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.



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!



Shogun
Neo-Rio says: Pick one of the characters and try and influence all the other characters to be on your side. Once you do that, you are Shogun! Based on the classic novel.



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.



War of the Lance
Neo-Rio says: I don't play fantasy war games much, but this one got me hooked for a week or so as I plotted strategy against the computer.


Breakdown
Neo-Rio says: This game was a great little shooter/platformer than once graced the font cover-tape of the legendary Zzap! magazine



River Raid
Neo-Rio says: If there was one game worth playing on the Atari 2600 even today, it would be this game. Fortunately, there is a C64 version of the ever so playable shoot'em up, and this is it.


Hook
Neo-Rio says: This is a film-license adaption, and a really spiffy one it is too. Very console-esque and playable, especially for younger players.



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