Freeware - Games
A moderately strong chess engine is included: Dreamer. However, should this engine be too weak for you, then you can use any other XBoard-compatible chess engine, including the popular Crafty and GNU Chess.
Other features include music, sound effects, on-screen move lists using SAN notation, undo functionality, and savegames in PGN format.
Blocksoft Pairs v1.5.3 Pairs is a modern donationware version of the traditional tile matching game. Test your memory by racing against the clock to find matching pairs of pictures in the shortest time.
Pairs includes a number of tile styles and three difficulty settings.
The latest release is Pairs v1.5.3, updated on 24 September 2008 with an improved 'Apple' icon set. Pairs v1.5.3 is available for Mac OS X, Windows 2000 or later.
Max Fighter 1.0 You have a bad feeling about this: For only one brief moment you let your attention slip, and suddenly, you find your spaceship heading right into a vast asteroid field. Though it does not seem very dense at the outskirts, your board computer readouts make you doubt you will ever see the other side of it - and did your radar just pick up traces of pirate activity!?
Keep control of your spaceship as you go ever deeper into the asteroid field and the gameplay reaches breakneck speed. Shoot asteroids and containers and collect power-ups, shield energy and special weapons. And last but not least - beware of the pirates!
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Tray Animations lets you display entertaining (yet completely useless) animations in your task tray. If the several included animations aren't enough, you can create some using the Tray Animations editor (252 Kb). If editing isn't your cup of tea, you can download more from the author's website (420 Kb), or use some of the thousands of Windows animated cursor files available for download elsewhere.
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Thermonuclear Domination is a freeware game of nuclear war that runs in a Window.
Players take turns in aiming and firing nuclear weapons using a simple angle/range system.
Each side has missile silos, cities, factories and submarines to control. One hidden city houses the enemy headquarters, destroy this and the enemy will lose.
Thermonuclear Domination is simple and fun to play, and you get to destroy the world too.