HVB Software


MS-DOS - Released - 1991

21-en is a known card game, which is played regularly by many. There are several versions of the rules in use. This program uses the most general rules, which will be familiar to almost everyone. In the game there are 52 playing cards. An ace is 1 or 11 points, king, queen and jack are 10 points and the cards 2 through 10 are 2 through 10 points. The objective is to get as close as possible to 21 without exceeding 21. Both players start with two cards. Each player may ask as many cards as she likes. The player with the most points without exceeding 21 wins.


MS-DOS - Released - 1990

A Dutch cross word puzzle game.


MS-DOS - Released - 1992

Find the word that completes the other words.


MS-DOS - Released - 1990

A Dutch version of the game Boggle.


MS-DOS - Released - 1991

Breekwoord is a Dutch puzzle game where you have to assemble words with combinations of letters.


MS-DOS - Released - 1991

A Dutch number puzzle game. Fill in the numbers in the magic cube so that all sums are correct.


MS-DOS - Released - 1991

Driester is a puzzle game in which you have to capture 3 (and only drie stars) in your square. At a fast pace the screen fills up with more stars until the screen is filled up.


MS-DOS - Released - 1991

Word puzzle game in Dutch


MS-DOS - Released - 1990

Crossword puzzle game in Dutch


MS-DOS - Released - 1990

A computerized version of the Dutch television programm by the same name. Lingo can be best described as a combination of Mastermind and Bingo. Even though by origin an American concept, Lingo was introduced in many countries and ran (and still runs) in the Netherlands the longest by far. It is so important in Dutch culture, that when Lingo was announced to end in 2007, the prime minister personally got involved with it, with the result that it still runs today.

Master Mind

MS-DOS - Released - 1990

The objective of the game is to guess a combination of four tokens. The player gets ten tries to guess. After each guess the computer tells the player how many tokens were guessed right. The computer also tells the player how many tokens do occur in the combination, but in a different position. The player should use this information to guess the combination as fast as possible.

Mens erger je niet

MS-DOS - Released - 1990

The game "Sorry!"


MS-DOS - Released - 1991

Nederland is a game that teaches Dutch geography. When given a city you have to point it out on a map of the Netherlands.


MS-DOS - Released - 1991

Paswoord is a Dutch word game. You get a word with several letters exposed. It is up to you to guess the whole word.


MS-DOS - Released - 1991

"Pesten", literally meaning "bullying", is a Dutch card game for two players. Both players are dealt 8 cards and the goal is to empty your hand as soon as possible. You can only play cards of the same suit, but there are some rules with which you "bully" your opponent: - When playing a 2, the other player has to take 2 cards; - When playing an 8, the other player has to skip a turn; - When playing a B (which is the Jack in Dutch card games), you can change the suit; - When playing a joker, the other player has to take 5 cards; - Playing a card with the same number, but of a different...


MS-DOS - Released - 1991

"Provincies" is a Dutch educational game. The game will prompt you with city names and you have to answer in what province they lie.

Tetris (1992)

MS-DOS - Unlicensed - 1992

This Tetris version is an unofficial DOS adaptation of the puzzle game. At the top of the screen blocks appear one at a time. These blocks move slowly downwards where they pile up. The player can rotate and move the blocks so they form lines, which will then disappear. The longer the game lasts, the faster the blocks fall down.


MS-DOS - Released - 1991

Tienweg is a tetris game, where numbers come down instead of tetris. You stack up numbers, and when the sum of the numbers is 10, the blocks will disappear.


MS-DOS - Released - 1990

A Dutch Yahtzee game for DOS, published by HVB, Barneveld.

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