Category description: Sometimes games aren't easily classified into a single category. Perhaps it's due to their unconventional gameplay or themes, or maybe it's the way that they meld various genres together into one coherent (or incoherent) package. In any case, these misfits are often some of the more interesting games available.
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Views: 5,0271997FreewareMiscellaneous Necrobones
AT-Robots is a later interpretation of early programming games like C-Robots. In this game, you write code using a … VIEW

Avoid the Awful Thing that Vaguely Resembles a Banana!!

Avoid the Awful Thing that Vaguely Resembles a Banana!! (!) is likely the winner of the longest name of any game on this … VIEW


Views: 8272001FreewareMiscellaneous Gregory G. Leedberg
Billy is an attempt at an artificial intelligence type conversation bot, similar to Eliza, Dr Spoc, or the infamous Dr … VIEW


Views: 5,9251985SharewareMiscellaneous Tom Poindexter
C-Robots allows you to program your own battle robots using an extended version of the C programming language. These … VIEW

Christmas Tree Construction Kit

Views: 4071991FreewareMiscellaneous Acumen Software
Christmas Tree Construction Kit is not a game per se, it's more of an interactive toy that may entertain young children, … VIEW


Coaster is one of the first roller coaster simulation games. Published by Disney Software, and including (in the full, … VIEW


Continuum (aka "Alpha Waves" in Europe) is a strange game. You are a jumping robot (?) thing which has to bounce around … VIEW

Core War

Views: 3,6601984FreewareMiscellaneous Kevin A. Bjorke
If you're interested in programming, you may want to take a look at Core War. In this game, you write a program which … VIEW

CoreWar Plus

Views: 2,5801991FreewareMiscellaneous Stefan Strack
CoreWar Plus is an enhanced version of the original Core War game, with an expanded GUI, editor, and more available … VIEW

Cultural Awareness

Views: 4,3181994SharewareMiscellaneous Awareness Productions
Cultural Awareness aims to test your "cultural literacy." It does so by providing a topic, and you type a one-line … VIEW

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