A variation of the popular Russian sink'em-up (or rather sink'em-down) game. The description by the developers: "We used to play this game at school. You'd position your ships on a 10 by 10 grid. Your opponent would do the same. Then you'd start exchanging shots: "B-5," "missed!" "E-1," "hit!" until one of you would lose all the ships to enemy fire, or until the math teacher would notice. Now you can play the same game against the computer (just make sure your boss doesn't catch you)."
Train Dispatcher 2 Train dispatchers are the air traffic controllers of the railroads. They control the movement of trains over large track territories. This game simulates the gargantuan routing tasks a real-life dispatcher faces daily » 13.08.2001 - 1,8 MB - 98/ME/2K - Free
Dangerous activity 3D 3.0 "The game is based on the classical minesweeper game with adjustable parameters that allow you to change and complicate the game. Changing the classic two-dimensional game to an original three-dimensional game has added to the playability without changing the basic game logic" » 25.05.2001 - 6,80 MB - 98/ME/2K - Shareware, $14.95
Sliding blocks 18.104.22.168 Sliding Blocks is a simple logical game for all ages. The aim of the game is to score as many points as possible by grouping colored blocks in the central part of the game field. If 3 or more blocks of the same color are grouped together they "blow up" and the player gains points » 10.06.2001 - 1,4 MB - 98/ME/2K - Free
Sea Battle 1.0 A variation of the popular Russian sink'em-up (or rather sink'em-down) game » 12.04.2002 - 126 KB - 98/ME/XP - Free
FastMines 2.1.0 FastMines is an "original clone" of the well-known game » 04.03.2003 - 171 KB - 98/ME/XP - Free
ZXMAK 0.282 ZX Spectrum emulator for Windows » 17.03.2003 - 584.54 KB - 98/ME/XP - Free
NikLines 1.1 Logic game. The objective of the game is to get as many points as possible by forming horizontal, vertical, or diagonal rows of 5 or more balls of the same color » 07.06.2003 - 635 KB - 98/ME/XP - Free
sokoban 1.0 A remake of the popular puzzle game Sokoban enhanced with 2500 new levels » 08.06.2003 - 257 KB - 98/ME/XP - Free
xLines 2.2 girl A nice-looking game with balls and butterflies » 10.03.2005 - 5,11 MB - 98/ME/NT/2K/XP - Free
Lights 1.0 Connect all the lights together to turn them on. Several difficulty levels, from easy to expert, will make the game fun and challenging for every age » 18.02.2005 - 18 KB - 98/ME/NT/2K/XP - Free
Ring Master 1.0 An unusual remake of the Rubik's Cube » 18.02.2005 - 24 KB - 98/ME/NT/2K/XP - Free
Tic Tac Total 2.10 A logic game. The challenging part of the game is deciding which square to claim on any given turn. Winning strategies require you to figure out how many points each square could be worth later in the game » 26.12.2004 - 811 KB - 98/ME/NT/2K/XP - Shareware, $9
Cyclano id A set of challenging tile-based games and puzzles. The objective is to arrange the tiles in the center of the board to match the ones displayed along the game-area border » 11.08.2004 - 0.6 MB - 98/ME/NT/2K/XP - Free
Monopoly 3 1.0 The third edition of the legendary game Monopoly » 17.03.2004 - 170 MB - 98/ME/2K/XP - Shareware, $19.95
Description by the Software Developer: "Once you tell SpamEater Pro where your ISP's mail server is, and your login information, SpamEater will connect with the server, either on a timed basis, or manually as you desire, and check the messages on the server for spam, removing any found and, optionally, archiving locally.
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If a message is determined to be spam, or fails any of the defined checks, it can be silently deleted from the server, bounced back to the sender (NEW in v4), archived locally and deleted from the server, and/or easy cut-n-paste to SpamCop web forms for complaint generation to the sender's and advertiser's ISPs - you decide!"