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Last Ninja III
Neo-Rio says: The Last Ninja series were classic games for the Commodore 64. The final game in the series is perhaps the most graphically and sonically impressive, and the end sequence is the best I've seen on the C64.



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!



Mad Doctor
Neo-Rio says: An original and creepy game. Build a frankenstein monster from body parts from dead bodies in the graveyard or *gasp* hacking up a living person! Don't expect that the villagers will let you get away with this!


Street Sports Baseball
graveyardjohn says: "Yer Out!", rang the smug cry when it was time to swap players on this one. Take ages to decide which kids to have on your team, then argue about the amount of wide balls which are thrown! Aaahh...the game to bring back memories of that childish bickering...



Wizard of Wor
J2003C says: Tis a true classic! Great for 1 or 2 players. The increasing speed of the game makes breaking your highscore a real challenge. The game is so simple looking, but such a solid design that you won't even notice after zapping your first Wizard of Wor!



Arnie
Neo-Rio says: This little budget offering is hugely playable. Best way to describe it would be Commando in 3D


Jackal
Neo-Rio says: This game has a strange history on the C64. The only good version of it was for NTSC computers only. It was really good though, if a bit hard and frustrating, but close to the original arcade game.



Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego?
Neo-Rio says: Educational games are rarely this good. Track down Carmen by following geographical clues. This game spawned a franchise of games, and even ended up as a cartoon series too.


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


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