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Rick Dangerous
Neo-Rio says: Before they went on and did Tomb Raider, CORE designs came out with this platformer. A real playable platforming gem, complete with Tomb Raider style booby-traps!



Hawkeye
Neo-Rio says: Another classic and brilliant game. The graphics and music are fantastic, and the game is sufficiently long and challenging.



Fighter Bomber
Neo-Rio says: Much like Chuck Yeager's flight sim, this game is all in polygon 3D. This game, however, lets you dogfight other planes and blow things up!



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.



Rolling Ronny
Neo-Rio says: A polished platform game that came into existance towards the end of the C64's shelf life. It's a beautifully detailed and colorful game if you're into this sort of thing.



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!



Ramparts
Neo-Rio says: I never liked Rampage too much because it was just about impossible. Ramparts has the difficulty set just right and is a much more elegant game!



Ronald Rubberduck
Neo-Rio says: This budget game had an interesting feature... it was partly written in BASIC and you could check out the listing! Other than that, the game is quite fun, challenging, and frustrating!



Slurpy
graveyardjohn says: Simple yet addictive, Slurply involves sucking up blue dots, and eating cave creatures while trying not to be killed by them. Try it and see!


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