We hope you'll enjoy each of these games:
In all supported browsers, you can control
the falling pieces by clicking your mouse. However,
the game is best played in browsers supporting the keyboard control:
Internet Explorer 4.x or Navigator 4.x under Windows.
Penta is a Tetris-like game
in which falling pieces consist of 5 squares each.
Here, again, the goal is to make as many full rows as possible.
In addition to rotating the pieces and moving them left and right,
you can also flip the pieces.
Your goal in Five-in-a-row is to get five X's in a row while
preventing your opponent from getting five O's in a row.
the game is played on a 15x15 board.
(If you'd like a bigger or smaller board,
you can set it to any size from 10x10 through 20x20.)
You play X's, and the computer plays O's.
First move is yours. Enjoy!
In the Set-to-Zero game, your goal is to set all values
on the square board to zero by a sequence of mouse clicks.
Every time you click on a positive number,
that number is decremented by 1, and four its neighbors are
also decremented by 1.
If some of the numbers you attempt to decrement are already zeros,
those numbers are set to 4.
In this game, your goal is to close all books
on the square board by a sequence of mouse clicks.
When you click on a closed book, that book is opened;
when you click on an open book, that book is closed.
In addition, each click changes the current state
of the entire row and column that contain the book you've clicked.
This game is played by one or two players.
The goal is to eat as much food as possible,
without crashing into the walls or biting the other snake.
The food is displayed as numbers from 1 to 4.
You can play this game only in browsers supporting the keyboard control:
Internet Explorer 4.x or newer under Windows.
a game that shipped with several versions
of Windows operating systems.
Enjoy the game!