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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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Bricks

The object of this unique puzzle game is to "free" one brick from the other bricks that are surrounding it. The title … VIEW

Cardmania

Cardmania is a collection of two different games based on the popular Poker and Blackjack card games. The first (and the … VIEW

Chess88

Views: 1,9011984FreewareTraditional (Board Games) Don Berg
Chess88 is one of the oldest chess games available for IBM compatible PCs. (The '88' presumably refers to the 8088 CPU … VIEW

Chexo

Views: 1,6271993SharewareTraditional (Board Games) Soleau Software
Chexo is a Checkers-like board game where you attempt to capture your opponent's pieces. In this case, your opponent is … VIEW

Chinese Checkers

Views: 2,9801992SharewareTraditional (Board Games) ImagiSOFT Inc
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: 4,0151993SharewareTraditional (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

Cribbage Solitaire

Cribbage Solitaire is a simple text-mode solitaire card game. You play by placing cards one at a time onto a 5x5 grid … VIEW

Cube

Views: 6,6291991FreewareTraditional (Board Games) Doug Cox
This is a computerized version of the classic "Rubik's Cube" puzzle game. The object is to rotate the sections of the … VIEW

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