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Hat Trick
J2003C says: Very close to the arcade game. Great feel and good response to joystick input. Makes a great 2P game too. Very challenging on the expert setting.



Rainbow Islands
Neo-Rio says: Sequel to Bubble Bobble, this game is just as good - if not better. Beautiful conversion of the arcade game. Playability is nearly "arcade perfect".



Galactic Games
Neo-Rio says: A very weird multi-eventer. Psychic Hockey and the Marathon would have to be my favourite events. The marathon in particular is a very original and playable challenge.


Young Ones, The
Neo-Rio says: Anyone old enough to remember the TV series will laugh some more with this game. The aim is to play as one of the young ones and move out of the house with all your stuff... that's if the others don't screw things up for you first!



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.



Barry McGuigan World Championship Boxing
Neo-Rio says: Probably the most accurate boxing simulation on the Commodore 64. It's going to take a lot of time in the gym to beat the likes of Barry himself though.



Wicked
graveyardjohn says: A very different game where you encourage your own good spores to grow while defeating the evil spores, helped or hindered along the way by tarot cards. Originally cost me a fiver, and was worth every penny.



Bobby Bearing
Neo-Rio says: A classic on the Spectrum, the C64 version is not very different. An addition of a jolly music score will inspire you to find all the bearings across a "Marble Madness" inspired world.



Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, The
Steve says: We all knwo the book, eh? Is the adventure still worth playing? Yes, for sure! I won't tell you any details, but prepare yourself for one of the most enjoying adventure games ever played. It differs from the BBC radio series and the book to encounter fans and newbies as well. And, it's infocom - of course it's worth playing!


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