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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Outburst - The Game of Topics

Outburst is a board game, originally developed in 1986, that seems similar to the still-popular Family Feud game show. A … VIEW


Outfox is a computerized version of the old "Fox and Hounds" board game, which was often played using a normal … VIEW

PC Jigsaw

PC Jigsaw is a simple jigsaw-puzzle-like game where you are presented with a scrambled picture and you must rearrange … VIEW


Views: 2,4341995FreewareTraditional (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

Power Chess

Wanna play some chess? Power Chess might be the game for you. It does a decent job of simulating the chess playing … VIEW


Views: 2381988FreewareTraditional (Board Games) Jim Bates
Prisoner is a computerized version of the block-sliding puzzle game where the object is to move the blocks around so … VIEW


Qat (pronounced "cat" according to the author) is Connect Four. It's a video game version of the popular board game, … VIEW

Rebel Decade Chess

Views: 5,1161996FreewareTraditional (Board Games) Schröder BV
Unlike some incarnations of chess on the PC, the oddly named "Rebel Decade Chess" program is a hardcore chess … VIEW

Redhook's Revenge

Views: 4,8471993FreewareTraditional (Board Games) ImagiSOFT Inc
Redhook's Revenge is a sort of pirate board game. The game is played by up to three players (human or computer … VIEW


Views: 1,2931988FreewareTraditional (Board Games) Chris Hall
Scrabble is a text-mode version of the popular Scrabble board game. It plays quite similarly to the physical board game … VIEW

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