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Star Trek: The Trivia Game screenshotStar Trek: The Trivia Game 1988
Trek Trivia lets you test your knowledge of the Star Trek television series. There are hundred questions to test your knowledge, each with four possible answers to choose from. There are questions in different categories, including the crew of the Enterprise, aliens and enemies, episode names, technical data and dialogue. You start...


Stone Age screenshotStone Age 1992
Stone Age is a challenging puzzle game where you are in control of a dinosaur and you have to make him reach the exit of each cave. The dinosaur can only walk on certain blocks on the level: some are just ordinary blocks, some are movable in the direction the...


Strategy Heads 1997
After the success and critical acclaim given to the program Math Heads, by Theatrix, they expanded the series into another two games, Word Heads and Strategy Heads. Strategy Heads reinforces critical and logical thinking skills. To begin, players pick their favorite head, hat and body from the lineup given. They can...


Stroke screenshotStroke 2002
Stroke is a fun third-person Japanese freeware puzzle game with a simple premise: collect all the different color gems and exit. The catch is that the floor tile you stand on will disappear once you step away, so you must plan your moves carefully in order to achieve both objectives:...


Stuart Little 2 screenshotStuart Little 2 2002
It's difficult to place Stuart Little into any equation and not have an instant classic since there's nothing little about the lovable Stuart. Though Stuart Little 2 for PC surely won't become a classic, it does deliver the sweetness of Stuart while offering a variety of games that aren't horribly...


Super Gem'Z screenshotSuper Gem'Z 1992
Super Gem'Z is a fun puzzle game by Kaiko, a short-lived German developer who released several games for the Amiga before disbanding the company in 1993. A mixture between Gem'X, Kaiko's previous game, and Bomberman, your goal in Super Gem'Z. Dozens of levels, power-ups, and colorful anime makes this a...


Super Jeopardy! screenshotSuper Jeopardy! 1991
Super Jeopardy! is based on the popular Jeopardy! TV game show. In this digital incarnation, 4 players compete at answering reverse trivia questions in trademark Jeopardy! fashion-- i.e., the host provides the answer and a player has to provide the questions. As many of 4 human players can participate, with...


Super Password screenshotSuper Password 1988
Super Password was a popular game show that ran from 1984-1989, and this game was adapted from that television program. Players give and receive clues to 5 Passwords which, when all are listed on the board, suggest the identity of the person, place, thing, event, phrase, etc., that is the...


Super Plumber screenshotSuper Plumber 1996
Super Mario may be a plumber, but is Mario a Super Plumber? Stand aside, goomba-smasher -- no platform game this, instead it's a textmode implementation of the solid gold (copper and lead might make more sense) puzzler Pipe Mania. What that means is that you are given a series of...


Super Puzzle Fighter 2 Turbo screenshotSuper Puzzle Fighter 2 Turbo 1997
Considering the dearth of good puzzle games for the PC, it's not surprising that companies are turning to their console cousins for animated and challenging titles. Capcom, known for its collection of fighting games, enters its ported puzzler into the fray. Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo, complete with the characters...


Super Tetris screenshotSuper Tetris 1991
It isn't one of those ordinary sequels to maybe the most known and loved game in the entire computer game history, original TETRIS. The Power of Super Tetris comes from additional features, such as different types of gameplay (two player cooperative and competitive) as well as new block types (lightning...


Swap screenshotSwap 1992
In this puzzle board game you should swap the tiles to make the sequence of tiles of the same color to eliminate them. Shape of tiles varies from big and small squares to triangles or hexagons. If tiles have no neighbor tiles you may take appropriate tiles from the pocket...


Swing screenshotSwing 1997
This entertaining, addictive, simple yet inspired game comes from the creators of Tetris and will have you playing for hours just as that original block-piling creation did. Although the concept of Swing is much improved, it's easy to pick up. By means of three keys only, you control an industrial ball...


Switch screenshotSwitch 1995
Switch is a top-down puzzle game where you control a humanoid character, trying to reach the exit on each level. In order to get out of each level, you need to skillfully walk on arrows (you can only walk off an arrow in the direction it's pointing to); master the...


Symantec Game Pack screenshotSymantec Game Pack 1991
A compilation of the following classic games: Jacks: Click on the ball to toss it in the air, then click on the right number of jacks to grab them. Hangman: Guess the letters in the word. Try not to make too many mistakes Smart Dots: You and...


Taipei screenshotTaipei 1990
A popular Mahjongg adaptation, Taipei has the player attempting to find matches between the Oriental-motif patterns printed atop "free" (generally: exposed, on corners) tiles in various layered formations. Matched pairs disappear, yielding different free tiles and further matching possibilities. Ostensibly, the game is completed when all tiles are...


Take a Break! Crossword 1 screenshotTake a Break! Crossword 1 1992
Take a Break! Crosswords is a collection of puzzles licensed from Dell. Volume I represents the 375 crossword puzzles from Dell Magazines, where you have to put the word, which is an answer for the certain question, in vertical or horizontal line of table. These words have common letters because...


Take a Break! Crossword 2 screenshotTake a Break! Crossword 2 1992
Part of Sierra's avalanche of "budget" games in the early 1990s, Take a Break! Crossword 1 and 2 actually delivers more "bang for the buck" than most other budget titles. It features dozens of puzzles from Dell magazine, complete scoring system with built-in hints, and excellent Windows interface (clues are...


Tamarin screenshotTamarin 1999
Tamarin is a fun and unique freeware puzzle game that plays like a variation of Rubik's famous tile puzzles. The game is simple to learn, but hard to master. You basically move a 2x2 magnifying lens around the board, and click to rotate the 4 color balls underneath. Once four...


Tear Down the Wall screenshotTear Down the Wall 1990
This is a simple puzzle game. You are presented with a wall, and you and your opponent (the computer) must in turn select a brick, which is removed. Any bricks placed on top of it, will be removed also. The more bricks fall, the more points you get. ...


Teracom Digital TV screenshotTeracom Digital TV 2000
Each new promotional game release from E-Game gets better and better, and Teracom Digital TV is no exception. Sponsored by Swedish telecom giant Teracom, Teracom Digital TV is a fun puzzle game. The goal is as follows "Your mission is to make sure that the digital TV signals from the antenna...


Terra Probe screenshotTerra Probe 1996
In 1984, First Star released a low profile, unassuming puzzler called Boulderdash that would become the company's best selling series and sparked numerous clones even decades after its release. The game could perhaps best be described as Pac-Man with brains. The concept is simple: help guide adventurous Rockford through 16...


Tesserae screenshotTesserae 1993
Tesserae is a 2-d combination of Rubic's Cube and the more advanced levels of Q-Bert. Simple yet colorful symbol graphics make for endless hours of gameplay... akin to how one can play MineSweeper or Tetris on end, this game got into your head. Gameplay consisted of "flipping" tesserae, or tiles,...


TetraVex screenshotTetraVex 1991
On the left, a blank 2D grid, defaulting to 3x3. On the right, an array of tiles, each bearing numbers in all four (hence Tetra) compass directions. Your goal? To place every tile in a location on the grid such that each of its numbered faces matches...


Tetriller screenshotTetriller 1990
A guy has fallen asleep in front of monitor showing Tetris. You play the usual Tetris game filling a well with pipes, clocks, and other urban elements formed in tetris shapes. The twist is that guy mentioned above is walking at the bottom of the well. You have to make...


Tetris screenshotTetris 1986
This puzzle, a remake of an old Russian game called Pentaminos, by the game designer Alexey Pazhitnov, is possibly the most "cloned" Shareware arcade game in history, this addictive arcade game from Russia first appeared on Shareware BBSs in 1986 for the IBM PC. Clones and enhanced versions have been...


Tetris (from Mirrorsoft) screenshotTetris (from Mirrorsoft) 1987
The original commercially-licensed version of Alexey Pajitnov's classic Tetris puzzle game. Geometric shapes fall from the top of a playfield to rest on the bottom; fit the pieces together, and the line they form disappears. If the pieces don't form lines and eventually stack up to the top of the...


Tetris Classic screenshotTetris Classic 1992
An enhanced remake of the classic puzzle game Tetris in which you control the position and rotation of falling blocks and try to assemble and clear lines of blocks as they fall before the play area gets flooded. The release doesn't make any changes to the original formula, but instead brings...


Tetris Gold screenshotTetris Gold 1993
Tetris Gold is a compilation released by Spectrum HoloByte in 1993 containing all of the Tetris games and spinoffs they ever made: Tetris Super Tetris Tetris Classic Wordtris Faces...Tris III Welltris prototype version of Tetris ...


Tetris Professional screenshotTetris Professional 1995


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