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Board » Mahjong - v 1.0.5

Mahjong 1.0.5 INT
 
This is the first release of a project that I have been working on. It is a four player mahjong game. I hope that I can release this game in a network version in the future but this is not a promise. 8-)

This game is ShareWare. You may use the game at your own risk. I don't pay fo any possible damage caused by the game. There are no reported serious problems though with Mah Jong. The cost for using it is 50 SEK (+ 10 SEK snail-mail-shipping). (I think this is a decent price for this program.) If you like the game and are going to play it you can contribute to the cost of the THINK Pascal compiler and THINK Reference I bought to be able to bring this game out. For registration, read the document "To register".

Board » Monopoly 3.13

Monopoly is a board game published by Parker Brothers, a subsidiary of Hasbro. The game is named after the economic concept of monopoly, the domination of a market by a single entity.

Board » Snood - v 2.0

Snood is a puzzle game which emphasizes thought rather than reflexes.  Your goal is to remove the Snoods from the playfield by launching other Snoods up at them.  You can do this in two ways:  (1) Transporting Snoods --Matching up three or more Snoods of the same type allows them to transport away, and (2) Dropping Snoods -- if after a Snood transport some Snoods are no longer connected to the top of the playfield, they will drop to safety. 

Snood has no time limits, allows you to play at your own pace, is non-violent and non-confrontational, and has a variety of difficulty levels, including one for children.

Board » Sokoban - v 2.5

Sokoban - v 2.5

In Sokoban, you are a warehouse keeper trying to get boxes through a maze of a warehouse to their proper locations. The boxes are so heavy that you can only push one of them at a time. Be careful that you don’t get a box trapped in a corner: the boxes have no handles so they can’t be pulled at all. If you prefer a more glamorous description, replace “box” by “treasure chest”; in fact, I think I’ll do that in the rest of these docs.

There are over 200 different levels included (separated into several collections), and you can make your own levels, too. If you design good levels, I’ll include them in the next version and give you credit. 

Board » Alice - The Macintosh's first great game

Alice - Through the Looking Glass.
 
The screen turned black and then, after a few seconds delay, a three dimensional chess board in exaggerated perspective filled most of the screen. On the rear side of the board was a set of small, white chess pieces, in their standard positions. Suddenly, pieces started jumping into the air, in long, slow parabolic arcs, growing larger as they got closer. 

Board » Sigma Chess 5.1 - PPC chess program with 3D board

Sigma Chess 5.1 - free PowerMac chess program with 3D board

SigmaChess is a free master-strength chess program for PowerMacs
(Those with 68K Macs, or System 7.0/7.1, should use SigmaChess 4.02 Lite)

SigmaChess has won many awards (see www.sigmachess.com). It has a 3D rendered piece set, and will annotate your games and print them out in two-column format in figurine notation with embedded diagrams.

Board » MacChess 2.5.1 68K - Free chess program for older Macs.

MacChess 2.5.1 is the final version for 680X0 based Macintoshes. PowerMac owners should use MacChess 5.01.

MacChess is FREE!, master strength, and loaded with features. Prints nice diagrams for chess club newsletters/instructional materials. Use MacChess as a sparring partner, and to store, review, print and analyze games. Requires System 7, 2.5 Mb RAM, and a 68020 or better (PowerMac fine)

Board » Net-Tac-Toe V1.0

Net-Tac-Toe is a tic-tac-toe game that lets two players play against each other across a network, modem, serial cable, etc. Net-Tac-Toe v1.0 features:

1) Communication Toolbox support. Use any comm tool to establish a
two player game of tic-tac-toe.
2) Built in chat room.
3) Text-2-Speech. If Text-2-Speech is installed.


Board » TicTacToe 2.5

TicTacToe 2.5

TicTacToe - A fun game for 1 or 2 players. Has animated graphics. Program written by Quade Publishing (Jeff Quade).

Board » Connect 4 v.1.1.5 FAT

Connect 4 game for the Macintosh or Power Macintosh. Requires System 7, 256 color monitor recommended, but it is playable with any monitor. Features: Nice Graphics, smooth animations, a challenging computer opponent for all ages, multiple board sizes and other options to change the classic connect 4 game.

Improvements in Version 1.1.5:
-- A faster computer opponent, almost twice as fast
-- More difficulty Levels
-- More Board Sizes
-- The Ability to undo moves
-- Uses less RAM
-- Lots of little bug fixes

Best of all, it's free...all I ask is an email message letting me know how you like the program.
Miles MIchelson -- milesm@csua.berkeley.edu

Board » Master Mind - v 2.6.1 - A Game of Strategy and Logic

Master Mind 2.6.1 - A Game of Strategy and Logic

This is a HyperCard stack that simulates the classic board game Master Mind. The graphics are superb and the gameplay is addictive. The interface is straightforward and elegant. It comes complete with balloon help, online help and documentation.

Master Mind is a simple game of logic. The object is to guess a secret code consisting of a series of 4 colored pegs. With each guess, you gain more information about the secret code. Illustrated instructions are included. Unlike the board game, this game is designed as a one-player game.

Requirements: * HyperCard Player 2.0 or better * 2.3 MB free RAM * 256 colors (8-bit) or better display
Tech Note: This game uses an XCMD for color, and thus does not require HyperCard 2.2 or 2.3.
(This file must be converted with BinHex 4.0)

Board » OTChess1.5.2

OTChess1.5.2

OTChess is a two player peer to peer Internet chess game for use on OpenTransport-based Macintosh (essentially, any Mac running System 7.5.3 or greater).

- Requires Open Transport 1.1 or greater. Also requires System 7.1.2 or greater. System 7.5.3 or greater recommended. OTChess has been tested under System 7.5.3 on an LC 475, a PowerMac 7500/100, and a Powerbook 520C. It also has been tested on a PowerComputing PowerBase 240, running System 8.

Board » Critical Mass

Critical Mass

An interesting strategy game with 3 levels of play against your computer. Take turns placing bombs on a grid, the corner squares holding safely 1 bomb, the edge squares 2, and the inner squares 3. Exceed the "safe" limit and the square reaches critical mass, exploding and capturing all adjacent squares. Color support.
 
Freeware. Part of the April 1993 Home & School Mac collection. 

Board » Chris' Puzzle 1.0 fat

Chris' Puzzle transforms PICT and JPEG image files into electronic jigsaw puzzles. The puzzles are based on a unique grid pattern, rather than the traditional puzzle structure of square pieces embellished with hook & eye joints. The unusual pieces to which that grid pattern gives rise make the geometry of the puzzles richer, while adding to their overall complexity and challenge.
 
But since challenge is one thing and aggravation is another, a few features of real puzzles have been omitted - pieces are never rotated, flipped upside down, or still stuck together in little clumps when they are dumped out on this virtual table. So all you have to do is find the matching pieces and put 'em together.

Board » RChess - v 2.2.2

RChess 2.2.2 - Fills a market gap, by being easily beaten at its lower levels. Unkind people have suggested that this feature applies at the higher levels too. Usually beats its programmer on level 4, often on level 3, and occasionally on level 2. Is given away free, gratis, without charge, and for nothing. Nor are you required to pay for it. Examines up to 1500 moves per second on LCIII; up to 3600 per second on Quadra 650. The natural awe with which naive people regard these numbers should be tempered by the fact that most of the moves examined are stupid ones that no human player would contemplate at all.

Author contact info:
robert.purves@stonebow.otago.ac.nz