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Bruce Lee
Pugsy says: Simply one of the best platform games ever devised. The difficulty has been set just right so even after you've finished it you still come back for more.



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.



Heart of Africa
Neo-Rio says: Much like "Seven Cities of Gold", this game differs in that we're in Africa this time... As always, you're trying to track down treasure of some kind. Prepare for a grand adventure!



Gauntlet
graveyardjohn says: The official Gauntlet clone was alledgedly very bug-ridden, though the version I had on cassette didn't seem to pose any problems to us. Unless of course my brother and I were very poor at it and couldn't get far enough for it to crash! Not a bad conversion, all things considered.



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.



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



Metro-Cross
Neo-Rio says: The gameplay of the arcade original faithfully ported to the C64. The result is a lot of fun. It's you against the clock. Get to the end of the obstacle course by any means!



E-Motion
graveyardjohn says: Make the matching atoms collide in your 'Thrust/Asteroids'-style controlled ship. Can be infuriatingly addictive, as collisions between wrong atoms can create even more atoms to get rid of.



Friday the 13th
Neo-Rio says: Terrible graphics and pokey sound are in stark contrast to when digitized slasher pics and horrific screams come out of the C64. This game was shocking in more ways than one.



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