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Gyroscope
Neo-Rio says: Gyroscope is a blatant Marble Madness rip-off, but it's still pretty playable. The music was also pretty decent too.



Frankie Goes to Hollywood
Neo-Rio says: This game is based of an 80s band! As a result it's weird and spun out, but incredibly absorbing. "BANG! Frankie say...... no more."



Galaxions
Neo-Rio says: This game has "classic" written all over it. Strangely more fun and challenging than the Atari official release.



Street Machine
Neo-Rio says: Playable little overhead racing title. It's challenging enough. I like it!


Highnoon
Neo-Rio says: Based on the 50s cowboy movie of the same name, complete with a rendition of the theme tune. The animations are cute with some nice touches - particularly the undertaker. A nostalgic trip, although not the greatest game ever.



Hungaroring
Neo-Rio says: Not a bad little Pole Position clone this one.



Soul Crystal
Michael Härtig says: Coolest german graphic adventure I ever seen. It's worth a buy on eBay because we can't offer it here.



Scarabaeus
Neo-Rio says: A first person non-shooting game. This early game's tense horror atmosphere works because you are UNABLE to fight back! You have some weird puzzles to solve if the spiders don't scare you to death. Spare underwear not included.



Commando 86
Neo-Rio says: Commando for 2 players! Well, this is more like Gauntlet in reality. Here, keys are wire cutters, and instead of ghosts and grunts we have tanks and planes. Get all the documents over 20 levels!



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