Board / Party Game

Description

Simulation of a traditional board game or party game where gameplay involves two or more players. The main thrust of board games and party games is that they are designed for multiple players. If it is only playable by a single player (e.g. Solitaire, Shanghai, etc.), it is not a board/party game and should not be listed here.
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Windows (2001)

Ata Hoshev SheAta Haham 2 is an Israeli humorous trivia game, the second main entry of the series.Like its predecessor,...

Windows (2000)

Ata Hoshev SheAta Haham Yeladim is another entry in the series of humorous trivia games, this time intended for children...

Atari ST (1992)

Atari Master Mind is a computer version of the classical board game. The computer selects a secret color combination of...

Atari ST (1988)

Memory is an implementation of the board game of the same name. 60 cards are placed randomly in a rectangular...

Arcade (1991)

Ataxx is a turn-based board game played on a 7x7 grid. Each player starts with two pieces which are located...

Atmosfear: The Third Dimension Windows Front Cover

Windows (1996) and Windows 3.x (1995)

Atmosfear: The Third Dimension is based on the Video Board Game Atmosfear. It is a race against time to escape...

Windows (1999)

Attax 2000 is a French freeware adaptation of the strategy game Ataxx. It takes place on a 7 by 7...

Windows 3.x (1991)

Attaxx is a single player, shareware board game that plays just like the arcade game.Each player starts with two pieces...

DOS (1990)

Automon is a freeware monopoly game for up to eight players.While the rules are the same as the classic Parker...

Avalon Hill's Diplomacy Windows Front Cover

Windows (1999)

Avalon Hill's Diplomacy is a game of negotiations, alliances, promises kept and promises broken. In order to survive, a player...

Commodore PET/CBM (1978)

Awari is a digital version of the game Kalah. In the game the player must beat the AI opponent. In...

Axilox Atari 8-bit Front Cover

Atari 8-bit (1993)

Axilox is a two-player board game. The game board is a picture covered with 81 tiles; each tile has a...

Axis & Allies Windows Front Cover

Windows (1998)

This is Hasbro's PC version of the popular Milton Bradley boardgame of the same name. Designed for 1-5 players, the...

Windows (1999)

Sequel to Axis & Allies (which is included in this version), Iron Blitz again puts you in control of one...

Backgammon Atari 2600 Front Cover

Atari 2600 (1979)

This is the game backgammon and its variant, acey deucey. For backgammon, the standard rules are used. As they are...

J2ME (2007)

Odesys Backgammon is a mobile phone version of the classic Backgammon board game. It features a simple interface, an AI...

Odyssey 2 (1982)

Backgammon is a translation of the board game to the Odyssey². The object of the game is to move all...

CD-i (1991)

Backgammon is a translation of the classical board game for the CD-i. The game allows the player to chose between...

Backgammon Nintendo DS Front Cover

Nintendo DS (2009)

Backgammon is one of the most popular board games around the world and the one which is geographically most widespread....

DOS (1982)

This is a standard Backgammon board game that makes use of the "short" variation where opponent's stones can be taken....

Dragon 32/64 (1983)

This computer translation of the board game is restricted to solitary play against the computer, Red being the player and...

Browser (1998)

Backgammon is an adaptation of the original two-player board game. The two players receive 15 pieces each (red or black...

Backgammon DOS Front Cover

DOS (1989)

Backgammon is computer backgammon conversion of the classic board game. It allows one person to play backgammon against the computer,...

Windows (2000)

This version of Backgammon is one of a package of games produced by The Code Zone. Games from this package...

Atari ST (1988)

This Backgammon implementation is straight forward: it offers ten skill levels of the AI, allows demo mode in which the...

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