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Board » Kaz's Checkers - v 1.0

Kaz's Checkers

"Kaz's Checkers" allows you to play a game of checkers against a friend or a computer player. Features include the ability to save and load games, view game histories and a hall of fame storing the ten best players.

Board » Kalaha - v 1.0

Kalaha v1.0 is a board game based on a 7000 years old game from Egypt.
It's easy to learn and very addictive. This game is shareware.

Requirements: This game requires a Macintosh with about 800 free Kbytes of RAM and System 7 or better. This game is a FAT binary so it should work on both PowerMacs and on some older Macs. This binary may be included on the commercially available CD-ROM of the
archives.

Board » HIARCS1 Chess Demo

HIARCS1 Chess Demo 
 
Demo version of the HIARCS 1.0 Mac chess program. HIARCS on DOS has won several world championships. Demo still plays chess and reads games/positions (120 games included) but strength is severely reduced and many features (save, etc.) disabled.

Board » Halma 1.2

Halma 1.2 is a solitare board game in which you must move nine tiles from one corner of the board to the other in the minimum number of moves. 21 unique boards in all. This version fixes several technical bugs and revamps the help section interface. C source code also available; check ftp sites or e-mail f8dy@netaxs.com. Finger f8dy@netaxs.com for complete program list. 

420K memory, 112K disk, B/W or color monitors, system 4.1 or later. Sounds require system 6.0.7 or later.
 
Copyright (C) 1994, Mark Pilgrim. Please read enclosed file "GNU General Public License" for licensing details.

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 » 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 » 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 » 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.