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Jaw Breaker
Neo-Rio says: This is a game that belonged on the Atari 2600, but this Commodore 64 version is fun - despite the creepy smiles on the Jaw Breakers.



Mummy's Tomb, The
Neo-Rio says: Cute and easy little maze game. Also admirably attempts to play the first few bars of The Doors' "Light my Fire" when you manage to pick up the lantern!



Dandy
Neo-Rio says: Gauntlet was actually a rip-off of this game, not the other way around. Dandy is, however, not all that dandy (pun intended). It's playable but bugged, thanks to the 11th hour software salvage...


Stunt Car Racer
Matt Larsen says: This was the best 3D car racing game ever! When I drove off the stunt track I would actually get butterflys in my stomach waiting to hit bottom!


Fame Quest
Neo-Rio says: A mini RPG-like game which will keep you entertained for a while as you try to complete it.


Hungaroring
Neo-Rio says: Not a bad little Pole Position clone this one.



Battle Command
Neo-Rio says: The best tank simulation on the Commodore 64. Some really fast polygon graphics - and the computer will really give you a hard time too.



Go-Kart Simulator
Neo-Rio says: A game that owes a lot of its gameplay to the arcade "Rally X", this souped up version is surprisingly playable. It has its flaws, but it's still a fun game - and that's what matters.



Deflektor
graveyardjohn says: Angle the mirrors to destroy the items around the playfield. Can get frustrating, which is where the 'quicksave' button in CCS64 comes in handy!



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