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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Get 5!

A "get 5 marbles in a row" game, aka Gomoku. In this game you play against the computer (it's tough!). The graphics are … VIEW


Well ... it's hangman, and it's a pretty basic implementation of the classic game normally played with a pen and paper … VIEW

Mah Jongg Solitaire

Mah Jongg is a Chinese solitaire game where the object is to remove all 144 tiles from the playing surface, one pair at … VIEW


Views: 7971995FreewareTraditional (Board Games) sverx
Mastermind is a copy of the classic game by Pressman (Hasbro for PC). Here you can play against the computer or a second … VIEW


Mazeball is a virtual "tilt maze" where the object is to roll a ball through a wooden maze by tilting the board, while … VIEW


Views: 1,4411998FreewareTraditional (Board Games) Adam Stevens
Based on the popular board game (originally by Hasbro), this text-based version of Monopoly allows for multiple human … VIEW

Monopoly (Hoops)

You've probably played Monopoly before; the Parker Brothers' board game has become a ubiquitous game to play when you … VIEW

Moraff's Monster Bridge

Views: 4451992SharewareTraditional (Board Games) MoraffWare
Moraff's Monster Bridge is a trump-based card game ("a distant relative of Bridge") set in the same world as Moraff's … VIEW

Nephew's Puzzle Pack

Views: 7032001FreewareTraditional (Board Games) NephewSoft
Packed inside this ... uh, pack ... are six different puzzle games: Tic-Tac-Toe, Marbles (it's like the board game … VIEW


Views: 941995FreewareTraditional (Board Games) ECLIPSE
Poof is a DOS version of the "Peg Solitaire" game which you may have played before on a wooden board using pegs or … VIEW

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