Board Game

Description

Board games are usually strategy/tactics games with a strong focus on multi-player. Often they are direct translations of physical Board games. Related sub-genres are Cards, Chess and Game Show.
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DOS (1989)

This is a freeware adaptation of the classic code-breaking board game Mastermind, where the player has to guess a 4-peg...

Amiga (1997)

Master Mind is a simple clone of the classic board game with the same name. A color code is hidden...

DOS (1990)

The objective of the game is to guess a combination of four tokens. The player gets ten tries to guess....

Commodore PET/CBM (1980)

One of many conversions of the classic game Mastermind for the Commodore PET. The player has to guess a code...

ZX Spectrum (1987)

Master Mind is an adaptation of the eponymous board game. The goal is to guess a random code of four...

OS/2 (1993)

Master Mind is an implementation of the code-breaking game Mastermind. The player guesses a permutation of four (not necessarily distinct)...

Windows (2004)

This version of the classic game Mastermind comes very close to other Mastermind clones. The gameplay is based on finding...

Windows 3.x (1995)

Master Mind is a single-player, shareware implementation of the logic game in which players must deduce a sequence of four...

Master of Illusion Nintendo DS Front Cover

Nintendo DS (2006)

Master of Illusion is different from other exercise games. This one is a take on magic, teaching the player but...

Neo Geo Pocket (1998)

Syougi (usually transliterated as shōgi) is "Japanese chess" - a turn-based board game (the board has 9x9 squares) very similar...

Atari ST (1990)

Match is a matching game written in GFA Basic where you have to match stone tiles so that you could...

Commodore PET/CBM (1980)

Match is Concentration with a twist. Instead of having to find two identical pictures in a grid of tiles place...

Commodore PET/CBM (1979)

Match is a digital implementation of the board/tile-laying game Concentration (a.k.a. Memory). In the game up to four players are...

Matching Pair Xbox 360 Front Cover

Xbox 360 (2010)

Matching Pair is a simple card-matching game featuring an anime-inspired cartoon art style and two gameplay modes. In normal mode,...

ZX Spectrum (1984)

Matching Pairs is a game for one to two players where a 6 x 4 grid is full of pairs...

Matchmaker! / Logix! / Buzzword! Odyssey 2 Front Cover

Odyssey 2 (1978)

Three games are available in this compilation: Matchmaker! (selected by pressing "1") is a regular Memory game. A matrix with...

Windows (2002)

Match Up is a single player implementation of Concentration.In this version the game is played over a single round with...

Amiga (1993)

Ma$ster Mind is a computer adaptation of the eponymous board game. The objective of the game is to guess a...

Mainframe (1972)

Mathdice is a children's dice rolling game for computers such as the EduSystem 30 and the UNIX operating system that...

Mainframe (1973)

Matilda's Monopoly for Two is an unlicensed text-based implementation of the classic board game. Two players can play and take...

Matmania DOS Front Cover

DOS (1996)

Matmania is a compilation of three educational games teaching mathematical operations: Mattris is a Tetris variant. The gameplay is similar...

Windows 3.x (1995)

Maven was an early implementation of the Scrabble board game for the Macintosh and Windows operating systems. Its ability to...

DOS (1982), Commodore 64 (1983) and Commodore PET/CBM (1981)

Maxit is a strategy game for two players or one player against the computer. In the game, there is an...

Windows 3.x (1995)

Maxit is a single-player, freeware game in which the player competes with the computer. The game's documentation details the history...

Maze Heroes: Meikyū Densetsu PlayStation Front Cover

PlayStation (2002)

This is a world where humans and monsters coexist. Legend has it that there are four treasures in the world...

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