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Old 07-11-2012, 10:43 PM   #111
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THE COMPLETE COLLECTION


Actually...I found out that I have even more......holy shit.

here is the entire list (some entries might be repeated)

TRADITIONAL GAMES

Board Games

Backgammon - Play backgammon against the computer. No doubling. Plays a credible game. (Shareware: Free to try, $15 if you decide to keep it)

Doublolo - Othello against the computer. Played on a large board with randomly placed blocking squares. Neat idea. Somewhat slow but plays a strong defensive game, with every game different. Has save game, take back and boss key.

Checkers - Great. Play against the computer. This checkers game can use the Hoyle or Huff jump rules. You can save and retrieve games. It could very well be the "Sargon" of checkers (Shareware: Free to try, $15 if you decide to keep it. )

Ed's Chess - Ed's Chess is a great chess game that will work on any monitor. Play against the computer with progressive levels of difficulty based on the time the computer will take (30 seconds per move is a pretty good game). You can save and restore games. It also features an openings library, autoplay, backup moves, and the capability to have the computer display its thinking process. It even thinks about its move while you are thinking about your move. (Shareware: Free to try, $15 if you decide to keep it.)

Pachisi - The classic Pachisi (Parcheesi, India) for 1 to 4 players. The computer can play up to 4 opponents. Very slick graphics (Shareware: Free to try, $5 if you decide to keep it)

PC Bingo - Play Bingo using this program to randomly pick the numbers. The computer is the master board. Verify winners. Prints cards on Epson FX or LaserJet printers.

Yacht-z II - A computerized version of the classic dice game, Triple Yahtzee. Single player version (Shareware: Free to try, $10 if you decide to keep it)

PC Monopoly - Clone of classic board game. Has save and restore, automatic money calculations. For 1 to 6 players. Version: 2.0 (Shareware: Free to try, $15 if you decide to keep it)

VGA Mah Jongg - A super Mah Jongg tile solitaire game. Has lots of shortcuts, peek, stack manipulation, and many more nifties. A tile set creation module is included. (Shareware: Free to try, $15 if you decide to keep it)

[duplicate] ZJZ Risk - Clone of the classic board game for 2 to 6 players. Save and re-start games. Risk is an addictive battle game that takes longer to play than Monopoly. (Shareware: Free to try, $15 if you decide to keep it)

CARD GAMES


7 Card Stud - A terrific game of 8-handed 7-card Stud for one person to play against 7 computer opponents (Shareware: Free to try, $19 if you decide to keep it)

Craps Complete - Bet on pass, don't pass, Big 6, Big 8, etc. It's all here. Gives top view of table. Good graphics (Shareware: Free to try, $15 if you decide to keep it)

Crazy Eights - Play cards against the computer. Easy to use. (Shareware: Free to try, $10 if you decide to keep it)

GO FISH - Go Fish is a card game. The program will not load after an unspecified number of games until it is registered. [uninstall will most likely fix] (Shareware: Free to try, $14.00 if you decide to keep it)

OLD MAID - Old Maid is a card game. This program will cease to function after an unspecified amount of time unless it is registered [re-install will probably fix] (Shareware: Free to try, $14.00 if you decide to keep it)

Blackjack for Windows - Las Vegas style blackjack with split and double down options, hints, save and restore, variable number of decks, and more nice options. Can show card counts and statistic (Shareware: Free to try, $40 [ARE THEY HIGH] if you decide to keep it)

BridgePal - Play one hand of bridge, the computer plays the other 3 - you control your dummy. Duplicate play option for 2 people. Computer keeps score. Save, replay and autoplay modes. You can also rotate hands to replay them from the opponents' side. Conventions recognized are: jump shift, strong opening 2 bids, preempt, short club, penalty double, strong no-trump, take-out double, Blackwood. This is not from Borland's Game Toolbox
(When you click "Install" below, the files will be copied to your hard drive. After installation, you must rename one file before using the product.

The file: ren_me.tmp
must be renamed: --------.---)
[Shareware: Free to try, $10 if you decide to keep it.]

Hearts For DOS
- The classic dirty hearts for 4 players. Play against 3 computer hands. (Shareware: Free to try, $15-45 if you decide to keep it)

SMF Casino Poker For Windows Five-card Poker for Windows. Bet quarters, half dollars or dollar (Shareware: Free to try, $10 if you decide to keep it)

Solitare - The standard 7-pile solitaire game for the EGA. Has good usage interface and special VGA mode. Draw 1 or 3 cards at a time. Can use a mouse. DOS 3.x, EGA. (Shareware: Free to try, $5 if you decide to keep it)

WORD GAMES

Acrostix- An acrostic puzzle game similar to the ones found in many newspapers. You're presented with a group of scrambled letters; your task is to sort them out into the correct answer. Features a cheat and train mode, and "automatic", which will solve the puzzle for you. Included are 20 puzzles; you can also create (and distribute) your own very easily.


CRYPTAID
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A tremendous tool for solving (or creating) cryptograms.(Public Domain)

CRYPTO - Over 1900 puzzles to decipher - proverbs, jokes, funny definitions. The on-line solving program gives frequency charts, diagraphs, trigraphs, doubles, does reverses, and can even give hints. 4 levels of play. (Shareware: Free to try, $30 if you decide to keep it.)

JOTTO - A game of 5-letter words somewhat like Mastermind. Players exchange guesses of words and receive the number of letters that are in the opponent's secret word. The object is to guess the word in the fewest guesses. A great learning experience and a good challenge. Play against the computer at 8 different levels of skill. A great addictive game done well. (Shareware: Free to try, $10 if you decide to keep it)

WORD RESCUE - [Edutainment] The mean old Gruzzles can't read and they don't want anyone else to be able to read. So they are stealing the words out of all the books. Benny Bookworm needs your help to stop the Gruzzles and reunite the words with their meanings. Once you join all the words and meanings, Benny can put the words back into the books. But watch out for those Gruzzles. Geared towards 5 to 10 year old children. Excellent graphics and joystick support. (Shareware: Free to try, $19-34 if you decide to keep it)

WORDHAI - Fill a 7 X 3 grid with 2-letter words. 3 levels of play. Hints. Rather enjoyable. ( I played this game years ago and it's fun)

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Old 07-11-2012, 11:06 PM   #112
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making separate posts so this is better organized. Don't crucify me

ADRENALINE ZONE


ADVENTURE

Castle - Search through a multi-level castle. Try to find the hidden room. Challenging, yet easy enough to get youngsters involved. (Free)

Crystal Caves - If you thought Commander Keen and Duke Nukem were challenging, you will love this new game from the same folks. Explore various caves, collecting crystals while watching for snakes, rocks that move, elevators, doors, traps, stalactites and stalagmites, partially hidden, hungry monsters, shooting flames, poison mushrooms and little green monsters. Total of 16 caves to explore. Save and restore at each level, timed functions, joystick support. Ver. 1.0. ( Shareware: Free to try, $30 if you decide to keep it.) [I personally have all 3 full episodes]

Moria [B&W and much more simpler adventure "@" game] - The Dungeons of Moria is like Hack but easier to set up. Uses Rogue-like commands and a map based playing field rather than text. You have a wide choice of characters, armor, weapons, spells, etc. and fight lots of great monsters like ants, bats, centipedes, dragons, elementals, frogs, ghosts, harpies, icky-things, jackals, kobolds, lice, mold. Well, you get the idea. Now with more tricks, pitfalls, and commands. (Free)

Alice In Wonderland - [already on abandonia]

Piperun - Great. Fast adventure. Find the treasures and get back home. (Shareware: Free to try, $5 if you decide to keep it.)

Pitfall (NOT AN ACTIVISION ATARI 2600 CLONE) - You're falling. Avoid the walls and demons. A deceptively simple game that needs a good deal of looking ahead to win. (Public Domain)

Paganitzu - In this arcade adventure game, you are Alabama Smith, a well-known archaeologist, on an expedition to locate the crystal rose and silver dagger hidden in the Aztec pyramid of Paganitzu. The game challenges the player to create an escape route while dodging the perils of the pyramid. Has save and restore, joystick support, and built-in hints. Problem solving in an excellent graphics environment. (Shareware: Free to try, 15 if you decide to keep it)

Son of Stagefright - There's plenty of spooky atmosphere in this theater-goer's nightmare that has you finding your way out of a creepy abandoned theater. Tiptoe along catwalks, wend your way through mini-mazes, and encounter a range of weirdos. Bad jokes and word play abound. (This game is a sequel to the retail game Stagefright.)[Shareware: Free to try, $5 if you decide to keep it]

STRATEGY

Hogbear 2 - Find Hogbear, learn his secret and leave the house. 38 rooms. On-line help. Good strategy necessary. Save and restore. Map-based game uses text and function key commands. LONG. LENGTHY and Annoying as FUCK shareware screen every time game is launched (Shareware: Free to try, $10 if you decide to keep it.)

Leong - Land mine game with frills. Get to safety through a mine field with a faulty mine detector. Boss key. (Shareware: Free to try, $5 if you decide to keep it)

Cunning Football - Allows you to play football against the computer in real time. You select and control plays. It displays the action and you control key players. Runs from the keyboard, mouse, or joystick. This is like the great 25 cent trackball game that used to be found in the arcades (Shareware: Free to try, $25 if you decide to keep it)

Kalaha - African bean game for 1 player against the computer. Will support a mouse. (Shareware: Free to try, $10 if you decide to keep it.)

Klondike - Klondike is probably the most well-known of all the Solitaire card games. This program features excellent graphics and is very intuitive. Users rate it as the best Solitaire game available for PCs. Also called Fascination or China Man. (Shareware: Free to try, $15-20 if you decide to keep it)

Power Chess - Solid chess game with all the frills. Obeys all the international chess rules. Recognizes stalemate and technical draw. Keeps an index of moves. Allows for take back of moves. Allows custom setups of the board. Even announces checkmate in "n" moves. Other features. Has 64 setups and 2 sample games files. Nice display. Lots of documentation (Shareware: Free to try, $35 if you decide to keep it)

World Empire - Feeling omnipotent? In World Empire your job is to conquer the world and bring it under your ideology. To succeed, you must defeat the competing ideologies (choose from socialism, realism, militarism, and populism). The strategy game is set in the not-too-distant future when the
people are tired of weakened nationalist governments that bicker over trade restrictions and border disagreements. It has good arcade-style graphics
. (Shareware: Free to try, $25 if you decide to keep it)

Tear Down The Wall - Good strategy game. Remove bricks trying to get the biggest piece of the wall to fall. For 2 players or against the computer (but you have to be real good). Optionally uses a mouse. (Shareware: Free to try, $5 if you decide to keep it)

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TEN TORMENTORS

MAZES

Hunt -Graphics treasure hunt in a maze. Best in color. {plays annoying sound when you get a treasure} (free)

Maze [3D]
- Mind-boggling 3D maze for 1 to 9 players. Tons of rooms in a maze up to 80 x 80 x 80. Definitely tests the thought processes. High resolution on EGA or VGA. ( Shareware: Free to try, $12 if you decide to keep it)

Maze (2) - Another program which challenges you to complete mazes in the shortest time and fewest moves. Ver 1.20a (Free)


Mirror Maze - Run over power pellets while negotiating 15 levels of mazes. {looks like a strange version of "snake"} (Shareware: Free to try, $20 if you decide to keep it)

Robomaze II: The Lobby -An arcade/adventure game which pits the user against numerous obstacles. You have escaped from the Maze of Death in the basement of a tower controlled by an evil dictator. Your mission is to take control of the tower by defeating the enemy robots that control it. (Shareware: Free to try, $15 if you decide to keep it.)

PUZZLES

CubeAZ - Rubiks cube for the computer. Uses one-character rotate commands. Allows you to rotate your view, stack and preview commands, undo, save and restore. (Shareware: Free to try, $10 if you decide to keep it)

Hop - The object of this clever puzzle game is to move the black balls into the spaces occupied by the gray balls and vice versa. Simple but fun. Has undo and auto-solve (Shareware: Free to try, $8 if you decide to keep it)

Ladder Man - You need logic, planning, and problem-solving fortitude to successfully guide Ladder Man through this make-like game. Negotiate fire and deep abysses while you scoop up gems and direct Ladder Man through 30 floors. It's an entertaining game with great graphic (Shareware: Free to try, $12 if you decide to keep it. Checked it out. the ORIGINAL website is STILL alive and accepting payments for their DOS programs!!)

TETRIS CLONES

Klotz - Tetris clone from Germany. 10 levels, speed control, look ahead. The playing field can be resized. (free)

Nynet - Drop the odd-shaped blocks in the bucket for maximum space usage. A great reaction game with logic and spatial recognition. This is the same as the 25 cent (or $39.95) game Tetris. (free)

Tetris Deluxe - A variant of the classic Tetris game, for EGA, VGA systems. This game can be played single user or multiple player. Four levels of play are provided by user selecting how many different pieces the game will use. Keeps a running scoreboard (free)

Yet Another Tetris - A Tetris-like game with changeable figures. Change height and width of figures, 10 levels of play, pause game (free)




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info for here and others below will be added later. too tired atm

SIMULATORS

Archery - Small archery game for 1 to 4 players. Has random wind conditions. - (Public Domain)

Big Rig
- text based Cross-country trucking. Don't forget to fuel up and sleep occasionally.(Public Domain)

Car Wash - Check out this chance to run the A-1 Super Spiffy Car Wash. You bootstrap the business with $100, and challenge your financial savvy by hiring washers and waxers, buying soap, and placing ads--all while keeping a close eye on the weather, which makes or breaks your profits. The goal, of course, is to make money. There's a top-notch graphical interface with great color and lots of pop-up windows. (Shareware: Free to try, $10 if you decide to keep it.)

Ford Simulator - official FORD Simulator. From the Ford Motor Company comes a tremendous driver's answer to the Flight Simulator. You can run any of four simulations in your choice of an '88 Aerostar, Bronco II, Continental, Cougar, Escort, Festiva, Mark VII, Mustang GT, Mustang GLX, Ranger, Scorpio, Taurus, Topaz, Tracer, Turbo Coupe, or XR4Ti. (free)

FS Pro - For the Flight Simulator 3 or 4 fan and also somewhat useful to the private pilot. It is a database manager for airports, airplanes, FS Modes, VORs, NDBs, etc. A database of 1200 airports is included; you can add more. The FS scenery disk coordinates are converted to latitude and longitude to help use real sectionals. (Shareware: Free to try, $40 if you decide to keep it)

SOPWITH - Aerial dog-fight in 2D. Destroy all enemy targets with a somewhat limited airforce. Play solo or against the computer. Version: 2 (Public Domain)

War at Sea - War at Sea. Neat simulations of sea battles. WW II Atlantic and Pacific. A lot more than a simple Battleship game. Not tremendously detailed like Big Three, but very engrossing. (free)

Tank Wars - ["worms" gameplay] Tank battle game for 1 to 10 people. 8 scenarios. 6 skill levels, sound, supports a mouse (Shareware: Free to try, $10 if you decide to keep it)

Jungle Jack
-[Pipe Dream Clone] Dig canals to bring water to estates. 5 levels of play, sound. Similar to Main Break in concept. (Shareware: Free to try, $10 if you decide to keep it)

Race - Miniature car racing. With race course construction set. 19 courses included. Look out for oil slicks and tornadoes. (Shareware: Free to try, $5-15 if you decide to keep it)

Sea Hunt
- The classic Battleship for 1 player against the computer. 10 levels of play (the tougher levels involve the computer in cheating). Optionally, can use a joystick. The computer gives good sound effects and witty quotes which can be turned off. (Shareware: Free to try, $10-20 if you decide to keep it)

VGA Roulette - Straight, split, street, square, line, column, dozen, red, black, etc. etc. etc. 154 different bets. Good graphics. Version: 2.0 (Shareware: Free to try, $15 if you decide to keep it.)

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Old 07-11-2012, 11:31 PM   #115
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(not sure if this fits but..)
DOOM ROOM


HELPERS

Doom Construction Kit - Editing maps is easier than ever with the DOOM Construction Kit, a highly featured id game editor complete with a button-bar menu interface. Use your mouse to drag and drop objects, and to cut and paste. Recent revisions have added support for all three id games. On-line help is provided. In addition, the kit is now compiled in 386 32-bit code, and new features have been added, such as UNDO, better documentation, enhanced door/lift creators, auto-zoom, flipping, unmarking, and paint. The painter now displays a menu of setting combinations to copy; the stairs function has an effective preview window; and the save function has a consistency checker. If you're into id game editing, this is worth a look. (Shareware)

Doom Designers Handbook WAD - The DOOM Designer's Handbook WAD is written for would-be or struggling DOOM WAD designers. The program provides an ASCII text version and a Windows help file in a concise format that can be printed out for handy reference. Access the excellent glossary, tips, and effects for design guidance, and use the checklist for finishing up. Tables containing sizes and dimensions, common errors, and error-message definitions are provided. An example WAD for DOOM I and II is included for studying purposes. Create that award-winning WAD file by using the wealth of information found here. (Free)

DOOM Editor for WINDOWS - DOOM Editor for Windows is a DOOM WAD editor that lets you select and delete multiple objects. You can also view and edit sprites, panels, floors/ceilings, and textures. Import/export all sounds, then play or convert them to WAV files. When you're in map-edit mode, you can work with grid settings and platforms and compile statistics, creating a complete map in minutes. Many editors clutter up your DOOM directory, but this one resides in its own subdirectory. Recent updates have enhanced many features in this editor. The most noteworthy is a new automatic tutorial feature for editing and creating WAD files. Note that you should install this program on the same drive where your DOOM games reside. The program is also available on CD-ROM (Shareware: Free to try, $25-$50 if you decide to keep it. )

DOOM-IT - The DOOM-IT setup program will make running your DOOM and Heretic games easy. Selecting single or multiplayer games, you can easily start your games without having to bother with all the command-line parameters. You have the ability to define five sets of default startups from the menu. Once you set your paths, they're saved and you're ready to go. The really nice part of DOOM-IT is that it will work with all registered versions of DOOM shareware, DOOM II, and now Heretic. Simply click on your choice of games, including up to nine PWADS at once, and DehackEd patches from a pick list, warps to any level, and records games. Serial and modem games are handled, and there is a handy phone book for storing your opponents' listings. When exiting a game, DOOM-IT will reload and you are ready to select a new game. A mouse is recommended but not necessary, as DOOM-IT will work from the keyboard. Setup is very easy with the good documentation--including some Heretic information. There are two levels of registration. The higher level includes a disk with your name written into the program and a collection of WADs for DOOM and DOOM II, as well as all updates. (Shareware: Free to try, $5-$9 if you decide to keep it.)

DoomCAD - game level editor that modifies existing episodes or creates new ones from scratch. If you've already conquered DOOM II but are still addicted, check out
DOOMCAD. It makes creating levels a breeze. Convert DOOM WADs from the v1 series to DOOM II WADs. It even has a prefab construction kit that allows you to quickly add common game features, such as rooms, staircases, and hallways, with the click of a button. Also included in the package are programs to build your nodes/blockmaps, which makes the process much faster. There is also a program to merge WAD files with different levels into one WAD file. Lastly, a WAD view program allows you to view graphics in a WAD and optionally export them. Online help is available. This major update lets you edit and create WAD files for DOOM I, DOOM II, and Heretic all in one package
(Shareware: Free to try, $20 if you decide to keep it)

RICK'S WAD TEXT EDITOR - Rick's WAD Text Editor is an editor for text files found in WAD file archives. From the outset of constructing WAD files for DOOM, Heretic, and Dark Forces there has been a suggested and widely used text-file format for informing the user about the WAD file. Rick's WAD Text Editor let's you simply fill in blanks for a perfectly formatted text file to enclose with your WADs, no matter what WAD editors you may use. (Shareware: Free to try, $2 if you decide to keep it)
Heretic Editor Utility - Heretic Editor Utility is a fully operating level editor that supports all the special sectors and other specific Heretic operations. Based on code from the popular DEU 5.2 DOOM editor (with slight modifications), HUE includes documentation on the concepts of Heretic plus hints and cheats for the game. This utility was written for those already familiar with DEU and WAD editing; it does not offer a lot of help in actual editing. If you are not already familiar with editing, it is suggested that you secure a copy of one of the many files that deal with WAD editing with DEU. This archive includes a complete listing of all levels and missions in Heretic, and a DWANGO WAD file--created with this editor--for play on the popular DWANGO server. Also included is a separate, improved nodes builder. There are suggestions on what makes a good or bad WAD file, and what to look for when testing your creation.

Heretic Hack Editor - The Heretic Hack Editor (HHE) lets you modify the Heretic EXE file in the same way the DeHackEd editor works for DOOM. Simply edit the INI file for the correct paths, and you're ready. Use your mouse, the menu interface, and hotkeys to edit objects, frames, weapons, sounds, sprites, text, and pointers. The dialog boxes also let you to make any desired changes. HHE backs up your Heretic EXE file before any changes are made, and it's a fast and easy way to create game patches for Heretic

WADS

DOOM 1 -
- Castle of Evil
- Chambers of Death
- Eternity
- Final Gathering

DOOM II -
- Haunted
- Last Resort
- Solar Flare
- The Waterfront

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PC ARCADE

Aldo's Adventure
Astro (asteroids clone)
Leaper (Very good frogger clone)
Monuments on Mars Episode 1
Mines - Another addictive logic game. Avoid the mines. Has great features -- walls and magnetic walls.
Mummies (Robotron clone)
Astro
Baby (bouncing babies) (almost unplayable due to speed issues)
Duke Nukem II (the clean one lol)
Elevator
Mines
Pinball Games 1 - 11 Multiplayer Pinball games squeezed into one file that are just like the real thing. The only thing you can't do is tilt the computer (well you can tilt the computer, but it won't do you any good). Includes: Centerfielder, Cyclops, Flume, Magic, Master-Blaster, Mystery, Pinball, Rain, Razors, Twilight Zone, and Wizard.

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KIDS CORNER (edutainment)

A Guide to Macbeth
A Guide to Romeo and Juliet
Brandon's Lunchbox
Lunchbox
Math and Logic Games (6 games for kids 12 and up)
Questions (4 educational word games in one)
San Mateo (18 educational games)
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GAME CONSTRUCTION KIT

Amaze
Crypt-O-Search

Graphics Adventure Game Builder {Messed with this for a bit and tried to create a story..fun if you know what your doing

New Puzzle Factory - create word puzzles

The Maze Game - Design and Solve Mazes


MORE GAMES TO COME (well...a few more.) Sorry for the spammy postings..it's more organized though isn't it?

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Any feedback?.....no replies yet on the games I have
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*Disclaimer* It's my personal opinion, and it have nothing with site officials opinions. I am only translator.

Well, I think, Abandonia have too much games, and too little reviews and reviewers. So your game can be uploaded on FTP... where it will sit forever, if someone (maybe you) will not beef it with reviews and screenshots. Otherwise - thank you!

(For me personally there are some entries in your games that I would find interesting... if it wasn't non-registered shareware. I am not a big fan of games that I have no chance to aquire in full form.
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