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Hacker II - The Doomsday Papers
Neo-Rio says: Your expert hacking skills are required again to remotely control robots and splice security footage so that you can escape with the enemy plans without being detected. A unique experience to be played with the lights out!


RBI 2 Baseball
Neo-Rio says: This game is hailed as one of the best baseball games for the Commodore 64.


Daley Thompson's Olympic Challenge
Neo-Rio says: Daley Thompson has a lot to answer for. The games he graced, especially this one, were primarily responsible for thousands of broken joysticks all around the world.



Ghostbusters
graveyardjohn says: One you'll keep coming back to, even though you've seen 90% of the game after about 7 minutes play. There is no Dana, only Zuul...



Subsonic
Neo-Rio says: This brilliant little game came on a Zzap64 covermounted cassette. The game is pretty and fairly playable, but most amazing is the mind blowing music score.


Sentinel, The
Neo-Rio says: What do you get when you cross 10,000 levels of 3D graphics, a real time virtual reality strategy game, and ONLY 64K of memory? You get this programming masterpiece of a game! It was mindblowing in it's time and is still as playable today!


Special Delivery - Santa's Christmas Chaos
graveyardjohn says: Help Father Christmas collect presents, before dropping them in chimneys or leaving them in houses without the children seeing him. More fun than it looks, especially when played on Christmas Eve!



Xybots
Neo-Rio says: Although largely a disappointment on the C64 (thanks to the Spectrum look and feel), the game is still somewhat fun. It's like Gauntlet in 3D, and once you get used to the controls - you may have a blast.



Samantha Fox Strip Poker
Neo-Rio says: Before the internet gave us pornography on demand, teenage boys stole pornos from newsagents and played "Strip Poker" video games, complete with badly digitised pictures. Curious teenagers have it too good these days.



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