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Combination Lock screenshotCombination Lock 1992
In the simulation of another CBS' TV gameshow with 1,000 questions you can play with a friend or challenge a computer-selected opponent. The gameshow was not aired at the times of game production and released for the first time as pilot in 1996. The object of the game is to earn...


Computer Quiz screenshotComputer Quiz 1988
This multiple-choice quiz game, published as part of Big Blue Disk #21, asks one hundred questions about computer hardware and software. Interestingly, the player is given three "men," and loses a man every time a question is answered incorrectly. Bonus men can be earned by answering ten questions correctly. At...


Conflict: Global Terror screenshotConflict: Global Terror 2005
After two tours of duty in Desert Storm (2002 and 2003) and battles through the thick jungles in Vietnam (2004), Pivotal Games' Conflict series of military shooters looks to take its fight to the terrorists, with this modern warfare adventure. Veteran characters Bradley, Jones, Connors, and Foley have undergone intense...


Connectris screenshotConnectris 1996
This is a puzzle game, and they tend to be difficult to describe. This one is no better. Basically it is a cross between Tetris and Pipe Mania. Pieces of pipe fall from the top of the screen, and you have to stack them so that all the exits are connected. ...


Connex screenshotConnex 1992
Starting this game will remind you of Pipe Dream, but the gameplay is a bit different. You will still make a pipe using various pipe pieces that appear. However, you don't get points for how long your pipe goes or how many times you overlap the pipe. Instead, you get...


Contraption Zack screenshotContraption Zack 1992
It's Zack's first day on the job as a repairman at GadgetCo, and the whole factory is falling apart. He must navigate over 60 rooms, avoiding deadly traps, to find his missing tools and fix the incredibly complicated, interconnected machinery. Contraption Zack is best described as a combination puzzle adventure and...


Cool Slider screenshotCool Slider 1998


Crack Attack screenshotCrack Attack 2002
Crack Attack is a good remake of Nintendo's popular Tetris Attack game, offering both faithful gameplay to the original and LAN capability. If you have never played Tetris Attack, here is the summary of the rules: "Slowly, your stack of blocks grows from the bottom, and you've got to make...


Crazy Machines: New From the Lab screenshotCrazy Machines: New From the Lab 2005


Crazy Machines: The Wacky Contraptions Game screenshotCrazy Machines: The Wacky Contraptions Game 2005
Inspired by Sierra's classic contraption creator, The Incredible Machine, Crazy Machines offers over 200 levels of machine-making mayhem. Players must solve physics-based puzzles by creating Rube Goldberg-style devices out of cranks, gears, candles, levers, robots, rockets, and other offbeat items. Air pressure, electricity, gravity, and particle effects are a few...


Creepers screenshotCreepers 1993
Help your worm change into a butterfly by getting past obstacles. You will use a lot of tools and your intelligence. Gameplay is similar to Lemmings, but now with bugs. ...


CrossCheck screenshotCrossCheck 1986
CrossCheck is an excellent and very rare PC version of TSR's board game of the same name, designed for 1-4 players. The game is a unique cross between a typical crossword puzzle and Scrabble. Four players (3 of which can be computer-controlled) write answers to crossword-style questions on an erasable...


Crossword Wizard screenshotCrossword Wizard 1994


CrossWorld 2 screenshotCrossWorld 2 1995
CrossWorld 2 is a superior sequel to GameTek's little-known CrossWorld, a great crossword puzzle program for DOS. This time, the game engine has been improved for Windows, with a clean user interface and two additional games. The original CrossWorld is included - same puzzles from the L.A. Times Syndicate plus...


CrossWorld: LA Times Edition screenshotCrossWorld: LA Times Edition 1993
CrossWorld: LA Times Edition is a fun and comprehensive crossword puzzle game for DOS. Featuring a whole year's worth of crossword puzzles from LA Times, the game also includes a full-featured crossword creator you can use to make your own puzzles. The game goes above and beyond other crossword programs...


Crypto Cube screenshotCrypto Cube 1983
20 themed words are arranged in criss-cross formation over the faces of a three-dimensional cube. You have to guess and uncover them. A mascot- The Wuzzle- apprises you of your progress. When uncovering the words, you will get: a blank square- no points and the turn is over; a vowel- 5...


Crystal Maze screenshotCrystal Maze 1994
A Game based on the successful UK TV Show of the same name. You have a team of six which you lead around the maze. There are four zones: Ocean, Aztec, Medieval and Futuristic. There are four types of game, Physical, Mental, Skill, and Mystery. Every game you win earns...


Cubots screenshotCubots 2003
A nice PC clone of Daleks, classic Macintosh puzzle game. For an explanation of what Daleks is, here's excerpt from my review of DRroboWHOids, an older clone for DOS: "In this game, you must help that ingenious time traveller, Doctor Who , avoid ever-growing swarms of your arch-enemies, the Daleks....


Cubulus screenshotCubulus 1991
How do you make an interesting computer game out of the venerable Rubik's Cube concept? According to cult programmer Tobias Richter, you view it from the top with all sides displayed, and allow the player to choose the number of sides, from 4 to 25. A large number of different starting...


Da Vinci Code, The screenshotDa Vinci Code, The 2006
Based on Ron Howard's cinematic interpretation of Dan Brown's bestselling novel, this video game version of The Da Vinci Code is designed to let players experience the twisting mystery story first-hand, and to explore locations and clues not featured in the original source material. Players guide lead characters Robert Langdon...


Daily Crossword Puzzles from The New York Times screenshotDaily Crossword Puzzles from The New York Times 1987
Daily Crossword Puzzles is a decent but small collection of daily crossword puzzles from the NY Times. The game includes only 15 puzzles, although they are all quite interesting. The interface is clean and easy to use: you can read all the clues at once, and get either a letter...


Darwin's Dilemma screenshotDarwin's Dilemma 1990
One of the most unique and addictive puzzle game I've ever come across but also sadly one of the most obscure, Darwin's Dilemma is slightly derivative of the old Evolution game, but is much more complex and interesting. The goal is for you to "push" matching creatures together. Make enough...


Dedale screenshotDedale 1986
How far can you make it in this game of mazes? The object of the game is to move your character through a maze from start to finish before your points (time) run out. If you make it through, you get extra points (time) for the next level. The mazes start...


Deflektor screenshotDeflektor 1998
Deflektor is an excellent PC remake of the original (well, back then it was) and difficult puzzle game designed by Costa Panayi first for the Spectrum computers. The idea is to rotate various mirrors scattered across the screen so that a beam of light is deflected from the starting point...


Diabolika 2 screenshotDiabolika 2 2003
Diabolika 2 is a great sequel to Diabolika, a unique strategy/puzzle hybrid from freeware developer Blackeye Software. More of an update than a true sequel, Diabolika 2 nonetheless remains as fun as the original - and even more so, with improved enemy AI and graphics. Calling it "sequel" is a...


Diamaze screenshotDiamaze 1990
Diamaze is a shareware graphical maze game, in which you play an ASCII-styled X-character. You travel in a mine collecting as many diamonds as possible and need to return to the entrance before your lantern goes out. Each game starts with a randomly-generated maze. Some diamonds are easy to get,...


Diamond Balls 3 screenshotDiamond Balls 3 1992
In Diamond Ball III the player controls a colored ball that bounces up and down, and the player can only move it sideways. The gameplay is very similar to the Commodore 64 game Crillion.Move the ball around a maze that contains colored blocks that disappear when the ball touches them....


Diceies screenshotDiceies 2004
Diceies is a good remake of a little-known puzzler called Palamedes, release only for the NES console. Your objective in this Tetris variant: keep the falling row of dice from reaching the bottom of the screen by shooting your dice to match the numbers on three die. Combinations such as...


Diggers screenshotDiggers 1994
Diggers is a Lemmings-style puzzle game where you command five alien miners ( from a choice of four clans ) and various gadgets to dig for treasure. The game is divided in excavation areas. Each area has a set amount of money you must raise before moving into the next...


Diggers 2: Extractors screenshotDiggers 2: Extractors 1995
Diggers 2: Extractors is a sequel to Diggers with Lemmings-like gameplay. It includes more levels, more tools, and more challenges. The game objective is to unite the 25 Hanging Worlds of Zarg. There are 3 types of extractors, each with their own abilities: the digger, the strongest, and the teleporter. ...


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