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Buck Rogers - Planet of Zoom
Neo-Rio says: This used to be a fairly popular game back in the 80s as I remember. Looks dated now of course, but I remember it for its nostalgia value.



Mayhem in Monsterland
Pugsy says: This game came at the end of the c64s mainstream life, the technical advances shine through and it's a fun game even if it does 'borrow' slightly from a certain console game.



Deactivators
graveyardjohn says: Don't be put off by the Speccy-esque graphics, this is a puzzle game without comparison. Get the bombs out of the building using skill, planning, and....robots.



Stop the Express
Neo-Rio says: This game originally appeared on the MSX if I'm not mistaken. It's just as fun on the C64 as well.


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...



Seven Cities of Gold
Matt Larsen says: This was the first adventure game that truly hooked me. When I was a kid I always had to create new worlds, as my pirated copy never had the original map disk!



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!



Mail Order Monsters
J2003C says: M.O.M. takes Archon into the realm of an RPG. Customize your monsters, fight when strong, run when weak and you'll always be coming back for more.



Gryzor
Neo-Rio says: A classic on the NES, this conversion of the arcade game to the Commodore 64 only disappoints a little because of some missing levels and no two player option. Other than that, it's just as fun.



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