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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Geo Jump Windows Front Cover

Windows (2002)

Geo Jump is a single player, casual game that is based on the traditional game of Peg Solitaire.In this game...

DOS (1998)

Get 5 is a single player, mouse controlled implementation of Five in a Row aka Gomoku Narabe.Gameplay is straightforward, the...

Nintendo 64 (1998)

Getter Love!! is a dating sim where a high school student and his friends are having a competition to see...

Gipf for One Linux Front Cover

Linux (1998) and Windows (1998)

Gipf for One is a freeware, open-source adaptation of Kris Burm's abstract board game from 1997, the first of a...

Atari 2600 (1983)

This is a version of Scrabble for the Atari 2600.The letters on the top row are shuffled and then you...

Global Conquest DOS Front Cover

DOS (1992)

Global Conquest is a board game of world domination by Dan Bunten.The goal of the game is to explore and...

Apple II (1979)

An early Risk clone for the home computer. Players compete for 42 numbered territories on an Earth map. Reinforcement armies...

CD-i (1992)

Go is a digital version of the classic Chinese board game. The game is played with two players or against...

Commodore 64 (1983)

Go is a computer version of the board game which is played on a 13 x 11 grid between two...

Windows (2004) and Browser (2008)

Goats and Tigers is a freeware, open-source implementation of Bagh-Chal, an ancient Asian board game originally drawn on sand and...

The Golden Compass: DVD Adventure Board Game DVD Player Front Cover

DVD Player (2007)

The Golden Compass: DVD Adventure Board Game is a DVD board game for two to four players that is based...

Golden Nugget 64 Nintendo 64 Front Cover

Nintendo 64 (1998)

Real-time 3D casino play on the Nintendo 64, set inside the famous Golden Nugget casino in Las Vegas.Features include a...

Commodore PET/CBM (1979)

In this adaptation of the traditional board game Gomoku, the player can play against the AI. Normal rules apply. Each...

Amiga (1991)

Gomoku is a single player, mouse controlled adaptation of the traditional board game Gomoku. The player plays against the computer...

Linux (1997) and Mainframe (1994)

Gomoku is a terminal implementation of a classic match-5 game played on a 19x19 Go board. Players take turns to...

Windows (2001)

Go Moku is a single player implementation of the classic board game where players strive to be the first to...

Gomoku Deluxe Windows Front Cover Amazon.com

Windows (2006)

Gomoku Deluxe is a single player game that allows the player to play this classic ancient Chinese game against the...

Windows 3.x (1994)

GoMoku Narabe is a shareware implementation of the Japanese board game of the same name, better known as ‘Five-In-A-Row’ elsewhere....

Gomoku Narabe Renju  NES Front Cover

NES (1983), Wii (2006) and Wii U (2014)

In Gomoku Narabe Renju, players take turns attempting to connect 5 of their pieces in a straight or diagonal line...

WonderSwan (2000)

A simple collection of two classic puzzle games Gomoku Narabe & Reversi/Othello.Gomoku Narabe is a ancient Japanese game the title...

Gomoku / Renju TRS-80 CoCo Front Cover

TRS-80 CoCo (1983)

This ROM cartridge game provides a strategically faithful reproduction of the centuries-old game, Gomoku, and its newer variant, Renju. The...

Go-Moku / Renju Atari ST Front Cover

Atari ST (1988)

The Go-Moku (or also called Gomoku) board game is played on a 15x15 board with each player is allowed to...

Genesis (1992)

Go Net is a conversion of the popular board game Go, which allows the player to play online against distant...

Browser (2013)

Google Feud is a game that is similar to Family Feud in its play style. After you select a category...

Amiga (1991) and Atari ST (1990)

Go Player is a computer adaption of the old board game Go which is most often played in Eastern Asia....

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