Board Game

10.000

10.000

Exelvision EXL 100 - Released - 1986

Translation of the back cover: Game of dice Find the fierce atmosphere of the dice games by opposing the EXL 100 or an opponent. Do not hesitate to bet on the outcome of the game, but know how to count your points before losing the hand.

100 Classic Games

100 Classic Games

Nintendo DS - Released - March 25, 2011

Filled with a variety of puzzle, card, action, and board games, 100 Classic games provides hours of gameplay right at your fingertips. There's something for everyone in 100 Classic Games.

1000 Miler

1000 Miler

Commodore 64 - Released - 1987

1000 Miler is based on the french card games called Mille Bornes. Two players compete against each other to reach 1000 miles before the other. Each player gets seven cards, which can be miles cards for getting closer to your goal or positive or negative cards. Negative cards can be played to cause a flat tire for your opponent, letting him have a crash or other effects. The positive cards can be used to negate the effects of negative cards the opponent played on you. The winning player gets a little winning animation. Released in Loadstar #037.

1000 Miler

MS-DOS - Released - 1987

1000 Miler is based on the french card games called Mille Bornes. Two players compete against each other to reach 1000 miles before the other. Each player gets seven cards, which can be miles cards for getting closer to your goal or positive or negative cards. Negative cards can be played to cause a flat tire for your opponent, letting him have a crash or other effects. The positive cards can be used to negate the effects of negative cards the opponent played on you. The winning player gets a little winning animation.

1000 Miles

Commodore 64 - Homebrew

Based on the Mille Bornes board game where you try to get your vehicle to go 1000 miles before your opponent can. You can give crashes, flat tires, out of gas and speed limits to your opponent, and they to you to try to slow you down, you can repairs you can get to fix these to continue on, but with miles lost in the process.

1001 Crosswords

1001 Crosswords

Nintendo DS - Released

Full of teasing crosswords from the UK’s leading national newspapers, this new collection contains an incredible 1001 puzzles of all levels of difficulty; enough for even the most determined crossword fanatic to get their teeth in to. Featuring a combination of Quick and Cryptic crosswords, 1001 Crosswords offers something for everyone. Take the hot seat and challenge a friend in a timed crossword duel! Use the inbuilt keyboard or write your own letters using the stylus. And if you’re really stuck, why not try the Hint button? But watch out for the time penalty! Everyone from the keenest...

1500 DS Spirits Vol. 7: Chess

1500 DS Spirits Vol. 7: Chess

Nintendo DS

1500DS Spirits Vol. 7: Chess is a Chess game developed and published by Tasuke for the Nintendo DS platform.

16k Superchess

16k Superchess

Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Released - December 1, 1982

An early chess game for the ZX Spectrum. Developed by legendary computer chess programmer/developer Chris Whittington in 1982 and published by CP Software.

1K ZX Chess

1K ZX Chess

Sinclair ZX-81 - Released

1K ZX Chess is a single-player chess game. Certain rules are omitted (castling, en passant capture, pawn promotion), as the code fits under one kilobyte (hence the title). The computer plays White with either of the two opening moves included.

21 Emon: Mezase! Hotel Ou

21 Emon: Mezase! Hotel Ou

NEC TurboGrafx-16 - Released - December 16, 1994

Naturally a manga/TV anime tie-in, 21 Emon is one of those Japanese style board games that have never really made a big impact in the west. Four players (any combination of human and computer) take it in turns to roll dice and move around the isometric board, landing on various event squares. The ultimate aim is to build as many hotels as you can and make more loot than your opponents. (From The PC Engine Software Bible website)

3 D OXO

3 D OXO

Commodore 64 - Released - 1986

3 D OXO is based on the classic pen and paper game Noughts and Crosses. Instead of playing on one 3x3 grid though, the game has you trying to make a line of X's on a 4x4 cube. The aim is to beat the computer by placing X's and making a vertical, horizontal or diagonal line on the surface or through the cube. Each side of the cube is shown on the screen and the keyboard is used to place your X's. This was published in the "75 Spill Datatronic" compilation.

3 Game Pack!: Candy Land + Chutes and Ladders + Original Memory Game

3 Game Pack!: Candy Land + Chutes and Ladders + Original Memory Game

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - November 7, 2005

CandyLand / Chutes & Ladders / Original Memory Game is a Miscellaneous game, developed by Black Lantern Studios and published by Destination Software, which was released in 2005.

3 Game Pack!: Connect Four / Perfection / Trouble

3 Game Pack!: Connect Four / Perfection / Trouble

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - August 21, 2005

Challenge the computer or a friend to one of three classic board games with the Trouble / Connect Four / Perfection compilation pack. For players of all ages!

3 Game Pack!: Ker Plunk! + Toss Across + Tip It

3 Game Pack!: Ker Plunk! + Toss Across + Tip It

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - August 31, 2006

3 Game Pack!: Mouse Trap + Simon + Operation

3 Game Pack!: Mouse Trap + Simon + Operation

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - November 7, 2005

3 Game Pack!: Risk, Battleship, Clue

3 Game Pack!: Risk, Battleship, Clue

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - August 21, 2005

Risk / Battleship / Clue is a Miscellaneous game, developed by Gravity-I and published by DSI Games, which was released in 2005.

3 Game Pack!: The Game of Life + Payday + Yahtzee

3 Game Pack!: The Game of Life + Payday + Yahtzee

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - November 7, 2005

A three-pack of classic board games. Practice makes perfect in The Game of Life. Will you go to college or join the working force? Will you get married and have kids? Will you go bankrupt, or earn millions in stock and real estate? Anything's possible with a spin of the Life wheel! Yahtzee has been a family favorite for over 40 years! Throw the dice to build straights, full houses, five of a kind -- Yahtzee! Payday is the classic family game that makes household finances fun. In the end, what's left does count because whoever has the most money after all the bills and loans are...

3 in 1: Sorry! + Aggravation + Scrabble Junior

3 in 1: Sorry! + Aggravation + Scrabble Junior

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - August 21, 2005

The first game in this collection is Sorry!. As you likely know, the idea behind Sorry! is to move four pawns around a game board from start to home. Players take turns picking up cards to see how far they will be able to move one pawn. The cards can show a number between one and twelve, or the word "sorry". Drawing a one or two will let you remove one of your pawns from start, and a "sorry" card will let you move one of your pawns from start to any space occupied by an opponent's pawn, knocking them back to their starting space. Some cards have special effects; for instance, an eleven will...

35 Classic Games

35 Classic Games

Nintendo 3DS - Released - 2012

3D Game Collection: 55 in 1

3D Game Collection: 55 in 1

Nintendo 3DS - Released - 2012

3D Reversi

3D Reversi

Commodore 64 - Released - 1987

A nice game of othello with a 3D twist! Released in 64'er Sonderheft 17 magazine.

3D Tic Tac Toe

3D Tic Tac Toe

Commodore 64 - Released - 1984

3D tic-tac-toe is an abstract strategy board game, you play here against the computer. It is similar in concept to traditional tic-tac-toe but is played in a cubical array of cells, 4x4x4. Players take turns placing their markers in blank cells in the array. The first player to achieve four of their own markers in a row wins. The winning row can be horizontal, vertical, or diagonal on a single board as in regular tic-tac-toe, or vertically in a column, or a diagonal line through four boards.

3-D Tic Tac Toe

3-D Tic Tac Toe

Commodore 64 - Released - 1984

The Big Fat Book of Computer Games.

3-D Tic Tac Toe

3-D Tic Tac Toe

Commodore 64 - Released - 1987

Released as part of the part of "Leisure Time Classics" game pack. The game is played on a cube 4x4x4. The object is to get a row of 4 O's in any direction, including diagonals. You must stop the machine from getting a row of X's. You'll go first and will be asked for the level, column and row in which you want to play. The levels are marked above the board 1 through 4 and the columns are numbered down the board in the same way. If you enter 0 to all the questions the board is reset. If you make a mistake enter R in answer to "Row"? and you can reenter your play. You must finish a game before...

3-D Tic Tac Toe

Commodore 64 - Released - 1985

The game is played on a cube 4x4x4. The object is to get a row of four O's in any direction, including diagonals. You must stop the machine from getting a row of X's. You'll have the advantage of going first and will be asked for the level, column and row in which you want to play you O. If you enter 0 to level, column and row the game will be reset. If you make a mistake enter R in answer to Row and you can reenter your play. You must finish a game before you can quit.

3-D Tic-Tac-Toe

3-D Tic-Tac-Toe

Commodore 64 - Released - 1984

25 Advanced Games for the Commodore 64.

3-D Tic-Tac-Toe

3-D Tic-Tac-Toe

Atari 800 - Released - December 1, 1979

3-D Tic-Tac-Toe is, as the name implies, a 3D version of Tic-Tac-Toe. The object of the game is to place four X's or four O's in a horizontal, vertical, or diagonal row on the 4x4x4 board. There are nine games of which the first eight games are for one human player against the computer. The numbers 1-8 represent the skill level. Game 9 is a two player game. In the DOS version there are only two difficulty settings and no two player game.

3D Tic-Tac-Toe

3D Tic-Tac-Toe

Commodore 64 - Released - 1984

Published in COMPUTE!'s Gazette 1984/06 (Issue #12).Sound, color, and a three-dimensional playing board add new excitement to this old familiar game. After the title screen is displayed, both players enter their names and how many games they want to play. A multicolored three-dimensional tic-tac-toe board then appears on the screen. The player with the joystick in port 1 goes first. To move the cursor, at the top left corner of the board, push the joystick left or right. When you get to the desired location, push the fire button and your marker will appear under the cursor. If there is...

3-D Voice Chess

3-D Voice Chess

Amstrad CPC - Released - 1985

Play against the computer in a strategic duel thank you. If you have a speech synthesizer, you can hear the strokes.

4 by 4

Commodore 64 - Released - 1998

Loadstar #172.

4 Fathoms

Commodore 64 - Released - 1987

Wild Kingdom Game Pack.

4 Game Fun Pack: Monopoly + Boggle + Yahtzee + Battleship

4 Game Fun Pack: Monopoly + Boggle + Yahtzee + Battleship

Nintendo DS - Released - December 4, 2005

A compilation of four of Hasbro's licensed games, Monopoly / Boggle/ Yahtzee / Battleship may be played in single player mode against computer opponents, or in wireless multi-player mode with other people. Multi-player mode consists of up to four people; each having their own cartridge, or single-card play, one player with a game card, and each player with a DS (this mode only works with Battleship and Boggle). "Hot Seat" mode is also available, with one DS and one cartridge with people taking turns, passing it to the next person when their turn is finished. Monopoly Players take turns...

4 Nin Shougi

4 Nin Shougi

Super Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - July 14, 1995

4 Nin Shogi ("4 Person Shogi") is a shogi game for the Super Famicom which is based around a four-player variant of the game. Each player starts on one side of the board and has with fewer pieces than in the standard two-player game. Each side has their king, a rook, two gold generals, two silver generals and three pawns. Players have the option of temporarily teaming up with other players to knock others out of the game. The game features two viewing modes: one that represents the pieces as their traditional shogi tiles, and another that turns them into sprites which have animations when...

4 op een rij

Commodore VIC-20 - Released

4 op een rij is a Dutch language one player only version of 4-in-a-row, and published by Different.

4 På Stribe

Commodore 64 - Released - 1988

A Danish language computerized rendition of the classic four-in-a-row/connect four game. Developed by Anders Jensen and published by IC RUN in LIST! 1988/1

4 Play

Windows 3.X - Homebrew - 1993

Let's make it simple : 4 Play is a Windows 3 version of the classic Connect 4 game. Start by choosing the type of game being played (human vs computer, human vs human, or computer vs computer) then who goes first. You can even give names to the players, or use default ones (red for human, yellow for computer). You can also set in the "Options" menu the computer search depth, to any value from 3 to 9. The default value is 4. Then the game can start : to make a "move", simply click on the slot you want to place a piece in. The game is shareware but not crippled at all.

421

421

ColecoVision - Homebrew - 2002

Play starts with the first player rolling the dice and then making a hand. The player can roll again to better his hand but if he only rolls once, all other players following only get one roll to make a hand. The player at the end of the round with the best hand gets a point. Typically this game is played 10 rounds and the highest score at the end wins. Hands rank as follows: 4-2-1 (Scores double on first roll) Three of a kind 6-6-6 highest to 1-1-1 lowest Two of a kind plus a backer 6-6-5 highest to 1-1-2 lowest no matches 4-5-6 highest to 1-2-3 lowest

4nin-uchi Mahjong Jantotsu

4nin-uchi Mahjong Jantotsu

Arcade - Released - 1983

4 Nin Uchi Mahjong (4人打ち麻雀, lit. "Four Player Strike Mahjong") is an arcade video game about mahjong. It was only released in Japan using the Japanese language. The player can play against one to three computer opponents using the tiles associated with the Japanese variation of the game. This is also known as the 立直, リーチ (Ready Hand) variation. Spreading to most mahjong-related video games after this one, it has become the most widely accepted form of Mahjong to the Japanese gamer.

50 Classic Games 3D

50 Classic Games 3D

Nintendo 3DS - Released - March 2, 2012

64luff

Commodore 64 - Released - 1983

64Luff is a gomoku game. It's played on a 23 by 23 grid by one player against an AI opponent. The players take turns placing their o's and x's on the grid with the aim of getting five in a row. There are two game modes: normal and training. The training mode differs in that it's possible to undo a move and to ask the computer for the ideal next move. The game also has a save and recall option which allows the player to move back to an earlier stage in a game.

8BallAllstars

8BallAllstars

Nintendo DS - May 11, 2010

8Ball Allstars was released on May 11, 2010. It was developed by Code Monkeys and published by O-Games for NDS. 8-Ball All-Stars calls upon pool fans and Nintendo DS owners to chalk up their cues and challenge their friends anywhere to head-to-head games. With a fully customisable feature set, the game allows players to style their game and play however they like, wherever they like. 8Ball Allstars is a modern and stylish take on pool, set in a global environment with a host of gameplay features to choose from.

9 Classic card and board games : No. 1

9 Classic card and board games : No. 1

BBC Microcomputer System - Released - 1986

This is the first of two complations released by Acorn User (later Micro User) magazine in 1986. Many of the games had been previous released as 'type-in' programs contained in earlier issues of the magazine. The interfaces are generally clear if basic, and the AI for some games at least is reasonably competent (rather less so for others, as you might expect for 1986). The games are : 1. Draughts 2. Fives 3. Dominoes 4. Molecule 5. Reversi 6. Code Breaker 7. Patience 8. Pontoon 0. Pairs

9 Classic card and board games : No. 2

9 Classic card and board games : No. 2

BBC Microcomputer System - Released - 1986

This is the second of two complations released by Acorn User (later Micro User) magazine in 1986. Many of the games had been previously released as 'type-in' programs contained in earlier issues of the magazine. The interfaces are generally clear if basic, and the AI for some games at least is reasonably competent (rather less so for others, as you might expect for 1986). The games are : 1. Backgammon 2. Crib 3. Squares 4. Solitaire 5. Tic Tac Toe 6. Sliding Blocks 7. Poker 8. Sevens 9. Higher and Lower

9 Men's Morris

Commodore 64 - Released - 1996

A computerized version of the popular problem solving board game of the same name and published in Loadstar #139.

Abalone

Windows - Released - April 23, 2014

Discover the new look of the famous strategy game. The goal of this tabletop game is simple: push your opponent’s marbles off the board.

Abalone

Windows 3.X - Unlicensed - February 1, 1999

Abalone is a freeware, open-source unofficial adaptation of a board game of the same name, implementing the original 2-player version. The players move up to three marbles at a time, setting them on pegs arranged in a hexagonal shape, trying to push each other spheres out of the board. The opponent's marbles can only be moved when a certain alignment is achieved, where the player spheres are in specific superior numbers like 3 to 2, 3 to 1 or 2 to 1. The game can be played against another human, or the computer with several difficulty levels. The initial position of the marbles can be switched...

Addit

Addit

Commodore 64 - Released - 1988

Commodore Disk User 1988/09-10, Commodore Disk User 1988/11-12. A strategy game for two players which allows you to challenge either the computer or another human player. At first sight, it looks ridiculously simple, but you will need to look ahead very carefully to overcome the computer player. you start with a matrix of random numbers, some positive and some negative. The cursor indicates your position on the matrix, and you can move it either horizontally or vertically. You can claim the number under your cursor by hitting Return, in which case its added to or subtracted from your score....

Advanced Tactical Reconnaissance and Attack Mission

Advanced Tactical Reconnaissance and Attack Mission

Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Released - 1984

Agricola: All Creatures Big and Small

Windows - Released - February 14, 2017

You’re in charge of growing a farm from its simple beginnings -- just a hut and some fields. Send your workers to the village market to barter for goods and livestock. Breed different animals. Eventually, with your ever-growing animal population and special buildings, you’ll compete against your neighbors to see who has the best farm!

AI Igo

AI Igo

Sega Saturn - Released - July 11, 1997

AI Igo (AI囲碁) is a table game for the Sega Saturn.

AI Shogi

AI Shogi

Sony PSP - Released - January 20, 2005

AI Shogi is a Miscellaneous game, developed and published by Marvelous Entertainment, which was released in Japan in 2005.

AI Shougi

AI Shougi

Sega Saturn - Released - August 25, 1995

AI Shougi

AI Shougi

3DO Interactive Multiplayer - Released - 1995

AI Shougi is a Board game, developed and published by Taito and released in Japan in 1995.

AI Shougi 2

AI Shougi 2

Sega Saturn - Released - June 11, 1998

Airline

Atari 800 - Released - 1986

Airline is a multiplayer strategy game for two to four players. Every player takes control over a airline company and tries to be the first to score 100 points. Those points are not only earned by accumulating money but also with others factors like customer satisfaction. The basic procedure: in each turn, representing a month, players have two minutes to make all decisions in the menus. The only exceptions are the result (shows the player's score) and maintenance menus which can be chosen even after time has run out. After all players are done, the computer calculates the consequences which...

Akagi Touhaiden

Akagi Touhaiden

Sony Playstation - Released - January 13, 1996

Akagi is a mahjong centric Japanese manga, written by Nobuyuki Fukumoto and first published in 1992. It is featured in the weekly magazine Modern Mahjong, and is a prequel to the author's previous work Ten, in which Akagi's titular character also appears. Due to its popularity, the manga has been adopted into two live action movies (released in 1995 and 1997), and a 26 episode anime series which aired in Japan in the fall of 2005. Story: The story revolves around the Mahjong gambling exploits of Shigeru Akagi. After a death-defying game of chicken one evening in 1958, Akagi nonchalantly...

Akudaikan Manyuuki: Seigi no Yaiba

Akudaikan Manyuuki: Seigi no Yaiba

Sony PSP - Released - February 22, 2007

Akudaikan Manyuuki: Seigi no Yaiba is a Miscellaneous game, developed and published by Global A, which was released in Japan in 2007.

AlienTic

Windows 3.X - Released - 1992

AlienTic (starring Trab and Asil) is a simple Tic-Tac-Toe game for two players. Each player takes turns placing their character's head onto a 3x3 grid; whoever gets a straight line first wins the game.

Analogic

Analogic

Magnavox Odyssey - Released - 1972

Analogic...a space race through the numeric maze of a computer charted galaxy! A fascinating electronic addition game for all ages! (For 2 players.) PLAY: The players start on the planet markings close to them. The players establish contact by pressing the Space bar. The players flip a coin to see who goes first. The player from the planet Odd must reach the planet Even and vice versa. The principle for the succeeding moves of the game: The Even player may move only to a square whose number combines with Odd's last move to total to an even number. Odd may move to a square whose number totals...

Ancient Game Treasures: Mill

Ancient Game Treasures: Mill

Sony PSP Minis - March 15, 2011

G1M2 is known for classic gaming, but Ancient Game Treasures: Mill takes retro gaming to a new level of "Old School" - all the way back to Ancient Egypt. Ancient Game Treasures: Mill includes three varieties of games from the Mill family including Three Men's Morris, Six Men's Morris, and Nine Men's Morris. Align three of your game pieces in a straight line to form a “Mill” with the reward of removing one of your opponent’s pieces from the board. The game starts with players taking turns strategically placing game pieces on the board. After all of the pieces have been placed, players take...

Animal Crossing: Amiibo Festival

Animal Crossing: Amiibo Festival

Nintendo Wii U - Released - November 13, 2015

Animal Crossing: Amiibo Festival (Japanese: どうぶつの森amiiboフェスティバル Hepburn: Dōbutsu no Mori: amiibo Fesutibaru?, lit. "Animal Forest: amiibo Festival") is a party video game for the Wii U, developed by Nintendo and Nd Cube.[1] The game is a spin-off of the Animal Crossing series, and was released worldwide in November 2015.

Antago

Antago

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1990

Antago is a puzzle game played on a 5x5 square board. It can be played either against the computer, with a choice of up to 10 levels of difficulty, or against another human player. Other options allow you to play a match or start a training session, as well as select between "plain" (empty board) and "prepared" (pre-arranged balls on the board) game modes. A demo mode is also available, where the computer plays against itself. An angel and a devil compete against each other, with the goal of aligning five "balls" in a row on the board, either horizontally, vertically or diagonally. They are...

Antago

Antago

Atari ST - Released - 1990

Antago is a puzzle game played on a 5x5 square board. It can be played either against the computer, with a choice of up to 10 levels of difficulty, or against another human player. Other options allow you to play a match or start a training session, as well as select between "plain" (empty board) and "prepared" (pre-arranged balls on the board) game modes. A demo mode is also available, where the computer plays against itself. An angel and a devil compete against each other, with the goal of aligning five "balls" in a row on the board, either horizontally, vertically or diagonally. They are...

Anticipation

Anticipation

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - November 1, 1988

Anticipation is a video board game for one to four players (both computer and human). The object of the game is to be the first to collect a card for each of the four colors on the game board. During each turn the computer will display seemingly random dots, then a pencil starts connecting the dots to form a picture. The first player to correctly identify the picture will earn a card for the color of the picture being drawn. As the picture draws, a dice on the screen will count down from 6 to 1. Whatever value is showing when a player successfully identifies the picture is the number of spaces...

Aquarian Age: Tokyo Wars

Aquarian Age: Tokyo Wars

Sony Playstation - Released - May 25, 2000

The story of Aquarian Age revolves around the war between secret organizations who have been fighting each other since the beginning of human society. The gameplay is the usual in the strategy games, asign units and combat against the enemies to win their territories.

Arcade Trivia Quiz

Arcade Trivia Quiz

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1991

Arcade Trivia Quiz is a quiz game for 1, 2 or 3 players. There are four blocks of questions. Each block contains questions in six categories; Art & Literature, Science, Music, Film and Television, Sport, History & Geography. Icons representing these categories are displayed in a pyramid arrangement. The icons of available questions flash in sequence and the players must press FIRE at the correct time to select the icon of their choice. All questions are multiple choice with four answers, one correct & three incorrect, being available. Both question selection and answering are timed...

Arcana Strikes

Arcana Strikes

Sega Saturn - Released - December 11, 1997

Arcana Strikes (アルカナ ストライクス) is a 1997 card battling game for the Sega Saturn by Takara released exclusively in Japan.

Archon

Archon

Nintendo Entertainment System - Released - December 1, 1989

A chess board is lined with trolls, wizards, knights and other magical beings. Just another strategy game? Don't count on it. When you challenge a square held by the enemy, the board explodes into a battlefield. Your strategic skills on the game board will determine your fate in battle as you take on your opponent in a heartpounding duel to the death. With sixteen different characters and an ever-changing board, you'll never play the same game twice. If the Goblin catches air with his club, the swift sword of the Knight may steal a leg or two. The Sorceress has no fear of the massive,...

Archon Classic

Archon Classic

Windows - Released - May 10, 2010

Archon Classic is a remake of the original Archon game from 1983. The game concept is still the same. On a chess style battle board figures of light and darkness are moved. If a figure of light and a figure of darkness are placed upon the same tile, an action battle screen appears where the player moves his figure and releases his attacks. The victorious figure receives experience points and may gain a new level. While graphic, sound and AI are very old school style, there are several improvements to the game. During the single battles up to four player can fight together. There are also...

Archon III: Exciter

Commodore 64 - Unreleased - 1985

Archon III: Exciter was a fan-made, unofficial sequel of the highly acclaimed computer game Archon and Archon II, created in 1985 for the Commodore 64 computer. Archon III was never published by Electronic Arts or any other company, nor was it ever formally reviewed by a video game magazine. It was, however, freely copied amongst Commodore 64 users. The creators of Archon III borrowed heavily from the original Archon title and credit screens, crediting Electronic Arts as publisher, and Anne Westfall, Jon Freeman, and Paul Reiche IV (Paul Reiche III developed Archon and Archon II) as the...

Arkana Senki Ludo

Arkana Senki Ludo

Sony Playstation - Released - July 9, 1998

Arkana Senki Ludo is a 2d board game with rpg elements in which the player compete against another human player (up to 4 players at the same time) or a computer opponent to reach the goal of each level first. They can use cards to advance or fight against the opponents. The game uses an isometric view to show the battle board and 2d cartoon graphics for the characters, there are male and female characters to choose as the player character and different boards to play.

Arkeon

Arkeon

Android - Released - November 29, 2011

Arkeon is a fast-paced strategy game influenced by traditionnal asbtract games like Chess or Go. The goals is to destroy your opponent to prove your supremacy. You possess Basic units and advanced units, all players start the game with the same weapons. To win, one of your offensive units needs to attack the enemy base. But beware of hasty offensive because if you cut your enemy base you will lose all your units isolated. Upgrade your basic units to sow confusion in the enemy strategy and get you out of a tight spot. Then downgrade these units and redeploy them to a new strategic...

Art Camion: Sugorokuden

Art Camion: Sugorokuden

Sony Playstation - Released - April 27, 2000

Presented in a board game-style where dice rolls determine how far trucks move, players can explore Japan aboard a customizable ‘art truck’ and unlock upgrades with which to decorate their vehicles as they complete deliveries.

The Art of Chess

The Art of Chess

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1987

This chess simulation can be played in 2D or 3D, from multiple viewing angles and a wide choice of display colors. Pieces can also be designed using Deluxe Paint, and imported. Art of Chess has many features making it a learning tool as well as a mere game. There are multiple skill levels, plus the option to swap sides. Board positions can be manually set up. Players can move back and forth through previous moves, allowing experimentation with different strategies and the undoing of crucial mistakes. Thirty classic games involving Grandmasters are built in, allowing players to view them...

The Art of GO

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1987

"The Go player must contend less with his opponent and more with conflicting impulses and emotions within himself." Go is based on the ancient board game of Chinese origin, which is very popular today in Japan and other Asian countries. In recent years, though, the game has become increasingly popular in the United States, Canada, and Europe because of its challenging nature. The game is played with black and white stones on a grid of 19 vertical and 19 horizontal lines. Although the rules of the game are very simple, the strategy necessary to win is very complex -- comparable to...

Arthur's Reading Race

Arthur's Reading Race

Windows 3.X - Released - 1996

In Arthur’s Reading Race by Living Books, the main character Arthur challenges his younger sister D.W. to read 10 words. If she can read that many words he will buy her ice cream. They travel through the town along with Arthur’s dog Pal, finding all kinds of words while having fun along the way. As with other Living Books series, the title presents pages that are drawn in a brightly colored cartoon style with animations. Arthur’s Reading Race has several other mini games inside the pages for children to explore. You can match words with pictures, and, in a board game race, move your pawn...

Ascension: Deckbuilding Game

Ascension: Deckbuilding Game

Windows - Released - December 16, 2014

Ascension: Chronicle of the Godslayer was the first officially licensed deck building card game for iOS, and is now available for your PC as Ascension: Deckbuilding Game, complete with 9 full expansion decks and five full promo card packs! Play alone or with friends to battle against the Fallen One for honor and victory. Conceived and designed by three Magic: the Gathering tournament champions, Ascension will provide hours of engaging and strategic game play for enthusiast and experienced gamers alike. Highlights • Over 300 beautifully detailed cards, hand drawn by Eric Sabee. • Full...

Atmosfear: The Third Dimension

Atmosfear: The Third Dimension

Windows 3.X - Released - 1995

Atmosfear: The Third Dimension is based on the Video Board Game Atmosfear. It is a race against time to escape from the undead realm of the enigmatic Gatekeeper and avoid coming face to face with your worst nightmare. The objective: each player chooses between 6 characters (Harbringers) and has to collect six different coloured Keys - one from each Province - then journey to the centre of The Other Side and open the casket to face his greatest fear - beating the clock and The Gatekeeper.

Atom Chess

Atom Chess

Acorn Atom

Atsumare! Guru Guru Onsen

Atsumare! Guru Guru Onsen

Sega Dreamcast - Released - September 23, 1993

Atsumare! Guru Guru Onsen (あつまれ!ぐるぐる温泉) is a table game for the Sega Dreamcast.

Atsumare! Guru Guru Onsen BB

Atsumare! Guru Guru Onsen BB

Sega Dreamcast - Released - October 31, 2000

Atsumare! Guru Guru Onsen BB (あつまれ!ぐるぐる温泉BB) is a table game for the Sega Dreamcast.

AV Kyuukyoku Mahjong 2

Nintendo Entertainment System - Unlicensed - 1995

AV Jiu Ji Ma Jiang II, also known as AV Kyuukyoku Mahjong 2 is an adult versus Mahjong game developed by Hummer Team and released by Ge De Industry Co. around 1995. It is a backport of Dial Q o Mawase, an unlicensed Sega Mega Drive title.

Awari

Awari

Commodore 64 - Released - 1984

Awari is a digital version of the game Kalah. In the game the player must beat the AI opponent. In turns players can pick up seeds in one of the "houses" in their control. Seeds that are picked up have to be redistributed by placing one in each adjacent house in counter-clockwise fashion. If the final seed falls in the player's scoring house the player is awarded an additional turn. If the final seed falls into an empty house owned by the player, that seed and any seeds in the opposing house are added to the scoring house of the player. The game ends when one player no longer has any seeds in...

Azumanga Dontara Daiou

Azumanga Dontara Daiou

Sony Playstation - Released - April 18, 2002

Azumanga Daioh is an extremely hilarious comic about a group of schoolgirls. The unique humour of the comic and the success it brought originated an anime series, which itself originated this game we're discussing. The game is a combination of the popular comic Azumanga Daio and table top game "Donjara". The tiles are ready to use in battle with patterns of the characters faces. See polygon rendered deformed characters portray the happy action.

Backgammon

Backgammon

Sinclair ZX Spectrum - Released - 1983

Backgammon is a computer version of the board game with the same name. It allows to play against the AI which can be set to four skill levels. Optionally the player may choose to forfeit random dice rolls in favour to manually enter the results. To help new players unfamiliar with the rules, the game will give explanations when an illegal move is tried and, by pressing the associated button, move recommendations. As long as the game is not shut off, it allows to play multiple matches successively and keeps score.

Backgammon

Backgammon

Nintendo Game Boy Color - Released - December 1, 2000

Backgammon, the world's most widely played and recognised board game just got portable. The ultimate game of chance and skill now available on Game Boy, chose from 3 modes of play including "Tournament, Free and Vs Match" and 6 difficulty levels.

Backgammon

Backgammon

Commodore 64 - Released - 1990

Released in Commodore Disk User 1990/10 and in Your Commodore 1991/05 (Tape #17). Backgammon is a board game in which the aim is to move all fifteen of your counters around the board, and then off, before your opponent. Backgammon is played on a board that consists of 24 narrow triangles that are called points. The triangles alternate in color and are grouped into four quadrants of six triangles each. There are four types of quadrants: the player's home board and outer board, and the opponent's home board and outer board. The intersection of these four quadrants, the middle of the board, is...

Backgammon

Commodore 64 - Released

Backgammon

Backgammon

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1991

Backgammon is a Board game, developed and published by Magic Soft, which was released in Europe in 1991. This is a computer version of the classic board game. However, it only allows to play against the AI with ten competence levels. The gameplay offers no surprises in comparison to the original, but there are a few additional features like the option to undo a move, a in-game help function and replay. A speciality is that the player can manually set the AI's dice throw instead of relying on the random generator. Tip: To move on beyond the title screen, click LMB and RMB simultaneously.

Backgammon

Backgammon

Amstrad CPC - Released - 1985

Backgammon

Backgammon

Camputers Lynx - Released - 1983

Test your wits against the Lynx in this traditional board game of strategy and luck.

Backgammon

Backgammon

Windows 3.X - Released - December 22, 1990

Backgammon is a computer backgammon conversion of the classic board game. The game allows the player to chose between three different difficulty level. The gameplay offers standard rules in comparison to the original board game. The additional features are: option to undo a move, enable double cube, repeat opponent's move, suggested move. The game allows you to play only with the computer.

Backgammon

Backgammon

Nintendo Famicom Disk System - Released - September 7, 1990

Backgammon is a straightforward backgammon simulator that allows up to two players to compete in backgammon matches. The game has a tutorial that explains how backgammon is played and offers single-player Match Play (one-off) and Tournament (multiple matches) modes. There is also the requisite two-player mode in which two human players take turns.

Backgammon Blitz

Windows - Released - November 12, 2015

Backgammon's back... with a bang! Loved by millions, played for centuries, backgammon is a two-player strategy game quite unlike any other. The goal is simple: race to get your checkers off the board first. The deceptively deep rules and rhythm of backgammon has secured it as a favorite among casual and veteran players alike. Whether in single, local, online, multiplayer or blasting through the madness of Blitz mode: one taste and you'll be hooked. Rendered in a gorgeous style - harnessing cutting-edge technology - this version of backgammon isn't merely a faithful adaptation of the game...

Backgammon Blitz

Backgammon Blitz

Sony Playstation 3 - April 15, 2014

Backgammon Royale

Backgammon Royale

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1991

Backgammon Royale is a simple computerized version of the classic board game of chance & skill called "Backgammon". Backgammon Royale lets the player choose between two styles of play (aggressive or defensive), and also select the game speed between three parameters (fast, medium or slow). The game has a save/load option that gives the player the opportunity to continue the game later.

Backgammon Royale

Backgammon Royale

Atari ST - 1991

Backgammon Royale is a simple computerized version of the classic board game of chance & skill called "Backgammon". Backgammon Royale lets the player choose between two styles of play (aggressive or defensive), and also select the game speed between three parameters (fast, medium or slow). The game has a save/load option that gives the player the opportunity to continue the game later.

The Ball Game

The Ball Game

Commodore Amiga - Released - 1991

This puzzle game features four players, any number of which can be human or computer, and is viewed from an isometric perspective. The basic gameplay is very similar to Virgin's Spot license. Your aim is to take control of the largest area of the board, which is done by moving your pieces so as for them to be next to pieces of another colour, which will then become your colour. There are three types of move – short moves which also see you retain the square you were in, jumps in which you lose the previous square, and moves using the teleporting device to move a larger distance. There are over...

Bankrupt

Bankrupt

Commodore 64 - Released - 1985

64 Tape Computing No. 12 (1985/10).

Barbie: Groovy Games

Barbie: Groovy Games

Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Released - September 4, 2002

Barbie Software: Groovy Games is a Miscellaneous game, developed by Digital Illusions and published by VU Games, which was released in 2002.

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