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R1-D1
Neo-Rio says: I remember this game more for the nostalgia and the music. Get R1-D1 to the exit, but you'll have to collect all the keys in the correct order.



Burnin' Rubber
Neo-Rio says: A clone of the well known arcade game... but a very playable one that keeps you very entertained



Zork I - The Great Underground Empire
Steve says: first-ever "interactive-fiction"-product from infocom and the most popular text adventure ever, written in 1981; Infocom essentially invented the wheel to fit the limitations of the day. Flawed by current standards, but still a remarkable achievement. You, the adventurer, stumble on the remains of the Great Underground Empire, and seek out the treasures hidden there.


Navy Seals
Neo-Rio says: Another great Ocean platform game, which originally was a cartridge-only release.



Skate or Die!
Matt Larsen says: Skateboarding was the IN thing in our neighborhood. We spent as much time playing this as we did the real thing!



Stellar 7
Neo-Rio says: Another masterful and legendary 3D game on the C64. Not to be missed by anyone who ever liked Battlezone... that's for sure. Not an easy game to complete either.


David's Midnight Magic
Neo-Rio says: The most playable Pinball game on the C64, considering the field design was ripped off the acclaimed real-life pinball table "Black Knight". If you can get more than 640,000 you'll have beaten my high score.


Puzznic
Neo-Rio says: Puzznic was actually an obscure Japanese arcade adult puzzle game. The C64 version is extremely playable, but just don't expect any nude pictures... they're not here!



Wasteland
Neo-Rio says: A classic RPG from yesteryear, which set the tone for post-apocalyptal RPGs to come. The original article is great even by todays standards.


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