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Little Computer People
Pugsy says: This is not really a game, but it was some simple fun. Unfortunately, this 'game' was the grandfather of the Sims series of games which now seem to have got completely out of control.



Wizball
Mayhem says: Once you get over the initial control foibles (which sadly put quite a few people off), there's a whole new world out there just waiting to be coloured up. Cunning, ruthless and fun, if a bit easy. Gameplay ideas were second to none however.



War of the Lance
Neo-Rio says: I don't play fantasy war games much, but this one got me hooked for a week or so as I plotted strategy against the computer.


Wonderboy in Monsterland
Neo-Rio says: This conversion maintains everything that made the original arcade game fun. It's a platform roleplaying game of the highest order. Lots of varied enemies to fight, and lots of gold and goodies to get!



Dylan Dog - Gli Uccisori [Murderers]
Neo-Rio says: This game, based on an Italian comic book character, is a real overlooked gem. Great atmosphere and arcade adventure gameplay. The game ending is pure class as well. Comparisons to the Last Ninja are obvious.



Alcazar - The Forgotten Fortress
Neo-Rio says: Get your butt onto the throne in the fortress! The game is different every time you play, and you'll have lots of fun shooting at guards chasing you. Make sure you have the right weapon for the right monster! Watch out for the genies!



Fort Apocalypse
Steve says: One of the first game i ever played on the C64, i still love this one and play through the whole game now and then. great heli-action!


Duel, The - Test Drive II
Neo-Rio says: The best driving simulation to grace the C64. With all the add on expansion packs, there was plenty of fun to be had, driving all the sports cars and driving in Europe and the US.



Bobby Bearing
Neo-Rio says: A classic on the Spectrum, the C64 version is not very different. An addition of a jolly music score will inspire you to find all the bearings across a "Marble Madness" inspired world.



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