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He-Man and the Masters of the Universe
Neo-Rio says: If you're too young to remember He-Man, then you missed out on cartoons, plastic toys, a feature film... and this game. It's not a good game by a long stretch, but the Ben Daglish soundtrack gives me some nostalgia.



Seven Cities of Gold
Matt Larsen says: This was the first adventure game that truly hooked me. When I was a kid I always had to create new worlds, as my pirated copy never had the original map disk!



Ballblazer
graveyardjohn says: Imagine being one of the hand-held bats in a gigantic 3D game of Air Hockey, but add a pair of moving goals, and you have an addictive 2 player game.



Choplifter
Steve says: Heli Rescue game, one of the first games i played over a quite long time.


Gorf
J2003C says: This game has the same variety and challenge as the classic arcade game. Too bad the emulator doesn't support the MV Speech Module. A real piece of nostalgia.


Deathwish III
Neo-Rio says: In this dull yet violent game, you get to blast people into carnage with a rocket launcher! There was a furore over it at the time, although long outclassed by more modern and graphically realistic violent games which nobody bats an eyelid at today.



Leather Goddesses of Phobos
Steve says: Naughty but nice would be the category for this game. Mindbogglingly crazy story, true classic interactive fiction by infocom and a game with 3 modes as far as I remember. One mode only can be played if you're 21 and over :-)


Impossible Mission
Mayhem says: The best thing Epyx did, and one of the best bits of software to ever come out of America. Compulsive, challenging (though not impossible) and filled to the gills with ingenuity and attention to detail. You'll want to stay a while... and possibly stay forever.



CJ's Elephant Antics
graveyardjohn says: Elephant Antics harks back to the pixel perfect jumping reminiscent of 'New Zealand Story'. Guide your elephant (CJ, or his mate) across levels of cute baddies in this multi-directional scrolling 2D platform game to reach your goal.



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