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Othello (1982) screenshotOthello (1982) 1982
This is ancient board game of Othello (another name is Reversi). You must capture opponent's pieces, placing your stones on board. Any opponent's stones directly between your new stone and any of your old ones became captured and reversed to your color. You can play with friend or with computer. This is...


Othello (1988) screenshotOthello (1988) 1988
Commercial Othello simulator with ASCII graphics. The objective, as always in a Othello game, is to capture more opponent pieces than the other player. There aren't a lot of options to configure the game. The player can select only, if he wants to play versus the computer or versus another player,...


Pente screenshotPente 1986
Take turns trying to place five stones in a row or, if that fails, capture five pairs of your opponents stones between your stones in the board game Pente. While Pente plays mostly like a clone of Gomoku or Five-In-A-Row the main difference would have to be the capturing and...


Power: The Game screenshotPower: The Game 1995
POWER from IBM is an interesting boardgame-style turn-based wargame that challenges your strategic skills against your opponents in an abstract race to rule the world. The objective of the game is to defeat your opponents in a tactical war by capturing their Flag. Upon capturing an opponent's Flag, your opponent...


Proto Type screenshotProto Type 1989
This touch-typing tutorial includes a few games to help players practice when they're not taking lessons. The first, "Touch Typing Tests," simply involves typing sentences quickly. The second, "Tic-Tac-Toe," gives the player a Tic-Tac-Toe board. Each turn, he or she selects a square and is given a sentence to type....


Quink screenshotQuink 1984
Quink is a puzzle game for one or two players. In each round of the game, eight names, places, or objects will appear on the screen that will be associated in some way. Out of the eight items, two to six will not be related to the others. The player...


Rails screenshotRails 2004
Rails is a faithful PC adaptation of the Eurorails board game from Mayfair Games, designed by Darwin Bromley. Description from Boardgamegeek.com: "Eurorails is another entry in the Mayfair crayon rail games, like Empire Builder and India Rails. Its puzzle-piece board forms a map of Europe broken down into dots. Players...


Rayman Raving Rabbids screenshotRayman Raving Rabbids 2006
Ubisoft's limbless mascot returns for his most unusual adventure yet, one that involves saving the world from a wacky warren of demonic bunnies. Players will control a revamped Rayman who wears outlandish outfits from different eras, including a purple afro and '70s-style threads, to further enhance his powers. The character...


Renju screenshotRenju 1994
PC translation of the popular board game you may know as Pentem, where the objective is to place 5 consecutive stones in a vertical, horizontal or diagonal line. Includes 1 or two player gameplay and numerous single player options such as 10 difficulty settings, the choice to see the computer's thought...


Rings of the Magi: Grand Master Edition screenshotRings of the Magi: Grand Master Edition 1995
Rings of the Magi: Grand Master Edition is a game that combines science fiction and fantasy genres with a good, old fashioned puzzle game. That is the premise of the game, but it is a puzzler more than anything else. With beautiful graphics and sweet sounds, Rings of the Magi: Grand Master Edition...


Risk screenshotRisk 1989
Parker Brothers' classic board game of world conquest returns to the PC platform with four play options and three difficulty settings. Up to six players, computer or human, alternate turns acquiring and defending 42 territories spread across six continents. The object is simple: eliminate all opponents by occupying every territory...


Risk screenshotRisk 1986
Risk is a turn-based strategy game based on the board game of the same name. The players participate in a virtual world conquest: each player chooses a country to control, with the goal of engaging in war against the other countries, eventually dominating the whole world. The players are able...


Risk (1991) screenshotRisk (1991) 1991
Parker Brothers' classic board game of world conquest makes its official Windows debut with four play options and three difficulty settings. Up to six players, computer or human, alternate turns acquiring and defending 42 territories spread across six continents. The object is simple: eliminate all opponents by occupying every territory...


Risk 2 screenshotRisk 2 2000
Developer Deep Red has crafted a sequel to the classic Risk game that adds many enhancements to the original. Along with multiple viewing options, a global 3D tactical overview, cinematic battle sequences, challenging AI, a variety of multi-player options and much more, Risk II offers players the chance to play...


Rock it screenshotRock it 2002
Rock It is a great coffee break gem based onthe mini game 'Chaos Garden' in Sonic Advance, a Gameboy Advance game. Using the arrow keys and spacebar, your goal is to get as high a score as possible by playing a fast-paced rock-paper-scissors game. The graphics are charming, with the...


RollOver screenshotRollOver 1997
A download-only computer dice game for 2 players. It bears some similarity to Yahtzee, in that each player rolls their set of 5 dice, trying to create the best hand possible. The twist, however, is that if you fail to improve your "hand", your turn is "a bust". It involves...


San Juan screenshotSan Juan 2004
San Juan is a competently coded PC conversion of the card game of the same name, which is in turn based on Puerto Rico board game. The description at Boardgamegeek.com explains the basics: "The pack of 110 cards consists of production buildings (indigo, sugar, tobacco, coffee, and silver) and "violet"...


Sargon 3 screenshotSargon 3 1983
The Sargon series were the connisseur's chess games at the time. This edition includes variable move times, ranging from 5 seconds to infinity. Moves can be undone and you can swap sides during the game. The search feature displays its calculations as you play, which can be useful to learn...


Sargon 4 screenshotSargon 4 1989
A FULLY updated version of the first three Sargon games; now in color! 3D is also included along with numerous graphic inhancements and added classic games from the past. ...


Sargon V screenshotSargon V 1991
A solid Chess-Sim - great presentation, strong level of playing - a bit too strong in my opinion - even the first level is hard to beat. Anyway - I doubt I need to tell you the rules of chess - you should have heard about it - if not...


Satori screenshotSatori 1990
With obvious influences from the classic Pipe Dream game, Satori is an old DOS game in EGA graphics and with no sound. It was created back in 1991 so keep your expectations low in regards to visual appeal. You basically are to build the longest possible pipe using 60 different...


Scrabble screenshotScrabble 1996
Many unfairly criticize board game translations because they are not as fun as playing the actual game with a group of friends. And that may be true in many cases; computers can't replicate the same level of interaction you get from a group of people. Yet critics often fail to...


Scrabble Complete screenshotScrabble Complete 2002
In much the same way as their 2002 version of Monopoly put a new spin on that traditional board game, Infogrames's release of Scrabble Crossword Game Complete brings new features to the venerable and popular word game. Play against the computer opponent Professor Maven, solitaire (single player), or join up...


Sea Battle screenshotSea Battle 1992
This game is a pretty standard variant of the classic Sea Battle game that you've probably played before on paper. The difference in this computer game interpretation is that once you enter your name as a player, and receive your personal card that holds some statistics, you can immediately start...


Sea Hunt screenshotSea Hunt 1987
Sea Hunt is a computerized version of the classic board game, "Battleship", for PC-DOS or MS-DOS. The player is pitted against the computer A.I. There is no two-player option. There are ten difficulty levels. Each player's fleet consists of eight ships, compared to the five featured in the board game...


Shanghai screenshotShanghai 1986
Shanghai is a tile-based game based on the ancient Chinese game of Mah-Jong - this was the first of many computer versions. The gameplay involves 144 tiles, each depicting different images, which have to be removed by matching them into pairs. The tiles are arranged in a gridded pattern, which is...


Shanghai II: Dragon's Eye screenshotShanghai II: Dragon's Eye 1990
Shanghai II: Dragon's Eye is a surprisingly basic version of solitaire mahjongg. With very few options or customizable features, the two game modules included offer little more in the way of gameplay than the traditional tile game. Shanghai is the familiar form of mahjongg with different layouts and tile sets...


Shanghai: Second Dynasty screenshotShanghai: Second Dynasty 1999
Shanghai: Second Dynasty offers ten mahjong-related games and 54 different tile sets from which to choose. While that may sound exciting, gameplay can actually become boring. The variations stem from two main games, Shanghai, a tile-matching game, and mahjong, similar to the card game Rummy. Shanghai features eight different games,...


Sorcerer's Cave screenshotSorcerer's Cave 1995
Sorcerer's Cave is a fun Windows turn-based fantasy-themed board game similar to HeroQuest. Originally a board game, this PC version is coded by the designer himself, who released this Windows version as shareware in 1995, and later as freeware which you can download from the official site. The game, in...


Sorry! screenshotSorry! 1998
Sorry!, the classic board game from Parker Bros., comes to the home computer in this 3D CD-ROM from Hasbro Interactive. One to four players (computer controlled or human) can participate in classic Sorry! gameplay (play the cards you are given), strategic Sorry! (choose which card to use and hold the...


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