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Deathwish III
Neo-Rio says: In this dull yet violent game, you get to blast people into carnage with a rocket launcher! There was a furore over it at the time, although long outclassed by more modern and graphically realistic violent games which nobody bats an eyelid at today.



Subsonic
Neo-Rio says: This brilliant little game came on a Zzap64 covermounted cassette. The game is pretty and fairly playable, but most amazing is the mind blowing music score.


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.



Cobra
Neo-Rio says: Lame, unfair, and buggy game of a lame movie, but strangely playable with nice music. Here's a hint: When you get the machine gun, fire it and switch back to using knives. Note how much faster they can be thrown now - with unlimited ammo.



Super Skramble!
Neo-Rio says: It's a nostalgia trip every time I play this game. Naff music. Naff graphics. However it's still a fun game any way you look at it.


Battle Valley
Neo-Rio says: Two missiles are going to be launched and it's a race against time to stop it from happening. Think Defender crossed with Silkworm, and you may have an idea of how this game plays.



Hot Shot
graveyardjohn says: A hybrid of Breakout and Arkanoid, you destroy the blocks while your opponent does the same. The ball can move between yours and your opponents space, so watch out!



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.



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.



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