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R1-D1
Neo-Rio says: I remember this game more for the nostalgia and the music. Get R1-D1 to the exit, but you'll have to collect all the keys in the correct order.



Law of the West
Neo-Rio says: Willie: "I gotta secret I won't tell!" Sherriff:"Scram, Pipsqueak!" Willie: "Up yours, Sherriff!"



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.


Suicide Strike
Neo-Rio says: Playable shooter game in the spirit of Zaxxon. Not as easy as it seems, but you'll be hooked I guarantee.



Wizard of Wor
J2003C says: Tis a true classic! Great for 1 or 2 players. The increasing speed of the game makes breaking your highscore a real challenge. The game is so simple looking, but such a solid design that you won't even notice after zapping your first Wizard of Wor!



4th & Inches
Matt Larsen says: This is one of the best American Football games for the C64, in my opinion. My friends and I used to play this for hours. If you learn how to do a screen properly you can be almost unbeatable!



Secret of Bastow Manor, The
Neo-Rio says: One of the first adventure games I played on the C64. It's quite fun, and the creepy atmosphere builds up well as you play (thanks to the wonderful display of Commodore character graphics!)



Hot Wheels
Neo-Rio says: This game is just a bunch of mini games, there to amuse you as opposed to challenge you. The demolition derby mini-game is what I liked the most about this one. Not exactly GTA though.



Hocus Focus
Neo-Rio says: A punk haired reporter has to sneak into the mad professor's lair and take photos of bits his latest invention - just mind the weird ghosts, and don't forget the keys to the fans. Enjoy Whittaker's "Lazy Jones"-esque music too.



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