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Miami Vice

The only game i remember having the press shift lock in and out to start the game…

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The Detective Game

You are Inspector Snide – stereotypical gumshoe with macintosh raincoat and chin that could cut glass…

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Skool Daze

Instantly screaming originality – you take charge of Eric – a school boy who has to get his report card out of the headmasters safe before he accrues 10,000 lines…

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Oh No!

An instant arcade shoot-em-up from the get go – you are a space farm ranch cowboy and you are given the task of protecting your space cattle from alien waves…

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Nexus

starting on a jet ski aprroaching land fast before BAM! welcome to nexus…

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The Activision Decathlon

"What on EARTH do you do with these things?", my mother would yell at me, pointing to the small graveyard of dead joysticks piled up, simmering in the corner…

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Power Drift

Power Drift blazed onto my humble C64 in 1989 via a free tape demo on the front cover of Zzap! magazine…

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Gauntlet

If you didn’t already know, Gauntlet on the Commodore 64 is a port of the original classic arcade game from Atari…

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Mr. Angry

In Mr. Angry, you play a photographer who photographs women for his own enjoyment.
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Arnie

Arnie is a Shoot-'Em-Up game, developed and published by Zeppelin Games, which was released in Europe in 1992…

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Turrican

Going into the 1990’s the humble C64 was becoming a little long in the tooth, it was being overtaken by the now more affordable 16 bit systems such as the Amiga, ST and the Sega Mega Drive…

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Paperboy

I think everyone who grew up with arcades and 8 bit computers in the early 80’s will know of Paperboy, if you haven’t, you’re either too young or have been living under a rock.
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Doriath

A much loved game from my childhood, which caused me many a telling off for staying up way past my bedtime playing it…

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Airborne Ranger

Airborne Ranger is a different type of game to the typical run of the mill shoot ‘em up games that appeared on Commodore’s C64 machine…

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Pole Position

Pole Position for the Commodore 64 is a port of the F1 arcade racing game originally developed by Namco…

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Mikie

You know, there’s something about 8bit games that I just love, and that’s the innocence of them…

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Green Beret

Green Beret (or Rush’n Attack in the U.S.) is a port of the Arcade game made by Konami. It was ported by Imagine for the C64 in 1986.
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I Play 3D Soccer

This game was different from other football games at the time due to it's unique player view…

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Infiltrator

Infiltrator really blowed my mind (ànd heart) when I first played it. It has it all: adventure, shooting, puzzles…
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Wizard of Wor

I felt that it was about time for me to write some thoughts about my favorite game from that time in my life when the c64 ruled our world, a vital time where i spent most of my days to rewind cassette tapes back and but not forth on my C64 tape-station…

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System 15000

System 15000 is one of the most unusual and addictive games I've played; it's also not so easy to categorise…

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Beach Head

Beach Head was the second computer game I ever played, and so I have very fond memories of this classic and sometimes overlooked early 8-bit title.
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Salamander

“NOW IS THE TIME… YOU ARE THE HERO” Oi! I’m the hero in every game! Screw you, Imagine! You can’t go around selling games like that!
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Sabre Wulf

Originally released on the Spectrum in 1984, Sabre Wulf finally made it to the Commodore64 one year later courtesy of Firebird…

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Yie Ar Kung-Fu

Yie Ar Kung-Fu for the Commodore 64 is one of the first one on one fighters that I ever played growing up as a kid…

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Driller

When I read about 3D games on 8 bit machines I think of wireframe graphics, Driller is different, it’s not wireframe, its full solid 3D polygons…

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Manic Miner

Manic Miner was a fantastic little platformer which was realeased on many different computers including the ZX Spectrum, Commodore Plus, MSX, Amiga and the Commodore 64 which is the version I have and still play…

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Defender of the Crown

Being a kid in the 80’s was great, but when I look back now I think I was a bit different to other kids the same age…

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Cauldron II

Cauldron II : The Pumpkin Strikes back is a one screen at a time platformer which I have only played on the Commodore 64…

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Cosmox

Cosmox is a unique platformer that was developed by Cosmos Designs and published for C64 by CP Verlag in 1994…

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Operation Wolf

I don’t know about you but I loved Operation wolf in the arcades, so when Ocean released a C64 port in 1988 I was pretty chuffed! Still, it took me about 3 weeks of pocket money saving to get the full game (I played the demo for weeks!), but it was well worth it…

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