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Category description: Board games such as chess, checkers, dominoes, and many more have been popular since way before computers. These physical games, and many more, have been recreated in digital form. Although you lose some of the tactile enjoyment of holding the pieces, it sure makes setup and cleanup of the games a lot quicker! It also allows certain features and mechanics that would be impossible to recreate outside of a computer.
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Apples & Oranges

Apples & Oranges is a version of Reversi/Othello, using apples & oranges as the pieces for the two players. It works … VIEW

Argo Checkers

Argo Checkers is a checkers game you can play on your PC. That's pretty much all there is to it. The shareware version … VIEW

Battleship

Battleship is, not surprisingly, a version of the popular board game of the same name. You place your ships on a grid, … VIEW

Big 2

Big 2 is a card game that originated in Hong Kong. I have played it with my friends before and it's great fun, and does … VIEW

Bog

Views: 3,5091997FreewareTraditional (Board Games) Dodgy Posse
Bog is a PC version of the popular board game Boggle. In the game you find words hidden within the 5x5 grid of letters. … VIEW

Bolitaire

Views: 5,0892005FreewareTraditional (Board Games) Yzone Software
Bolitaire is not a DOS version of the card game Solitaire, but instead a DOS remake of the other popular Windows card … VIEW

Chinese Checkers

Chinese Checkers (also known as Sternhalma) is a game that was originally developed in Germany as a board game, and only … VIEW

Clue

Clue (or Cluedo outside North America) is a detective board game by Parker Brothers / Hasbro, originally published in … VIEW

CoffeeBreak Card Games

Views: 2,1061993SharewareTraditional (Board Games) Derek Duban
CoffeeBreak Card Games is a shareware game that is probably a bit too limited to entice people to spend the $30US … VIEW

Crazy Eights

Crazy Eights is a simple but fun card game. This version pits you against the computer in a 1-vs-1 battle. Unfortunately … VIEW

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