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Bard's Tale III, The - Thief of Fate
Michael Plate says: This was the first RPG which really fascinated me. I wasn't able to stop playing this addicting game before finishing it.



3-D Pinball - Pinball Power
graveyardjohn says: About the nearest thing to 'Visual Pinball' we had back then, up there with Davids Midnight Magic and Night Mission.


Jumpman Junior
Neo-Rio says: Sequel to Jumpman, but with fewer levels all in a single load. Not an easy game by a long stretch, and will frustrate and challenge you to no end.



Rainbow Islands
Neo-Rio says: Sequel to Bubble Bobble, this game is just as good - if not better. Beautiful conversion of the arcade game. Playability is nearly "arcade perfect".



Mission Elevator
Neo-Rio says: Elevator Action this is not, but a rather spiffy action adventure game in similar style. Get to the top of the hotel and diffuse the bomb, collecting the code and emergency exit keys on the way up.


Turrican II - The Final Fight
Neo-Rio says: Turrican II is one game for the Commodore 64 that really pushes it's technical limitations, and yet is every bit as engrossing as the 16-bit conversions.



Motor Mania
Neo-Rio says: This game resembled the pitfalls and boredom of a long country drive more than action packed racing. I wonder if there is was ending to this game? Probably not!


Streets of London
Neo-Rio says: What a ridiculous text adventure game! Silly jokes, a near unfathomable map, and the chance to mug old ladies for the bus fare are all part of your journey to find the Holy Grail in modern day London!


Crossroads
Neo-Rio says: Waah... "Wizard of Wor" gone insane is the only way to describe this game. It's loads of fun just to run around blasting things.


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