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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Commodore 64 (1984) and Commodore PET/CBM (1980)

Kalah is a digital translation of the 1940s board game of the same name. The game is played with two...

Commodore 64 (1984)

Kalah is an adaptation of the board game with the same, which is part of the Mancala family of games....

Mainframe (1961)

Kalah is an adaptation of the board game with the same name, which is part of the Mancala family of...

DOS (1993)

Kalah is an adaptation of the Oriental board game with the same name, which is a part of the Mancala...

Browser (2006)

Kalkory is a Memory variant with motives from the TV show Kalkofes Mattscheibe and is played on either with 24...

Karaoke Revolution PlayStation 2 Front Cover

PlayStation 2 (2003) and Xbox (2004)

Karaoke Revolution allows PlayStation 2 gamers to show off their singing skills and get real-time feedback on their performances. It's...

Karaoke Revolution Party PlayStation 2 Front Cover

PlayStation 2 (2005), Xbox (2005) and GameCube (2005)

The Karaoke Revolution continues with this entry which supports the DDR dance pad and EyeToy USB camera as well as...

Amiga (1994)

Karciarz is a set of four classic card games with all the standard rules implemented: 358 for three players, divided...

PC-98 (1994)

Karei naru Jinsei 2 is a board/dating simulation game, very similar to its predecessor. As in the first game, players...

PC-98 (1991) and Sharp X68000 (1992)

Karei naru Jinsei is a mixture of a board game and a dating simulation with adult content. Up to five...

Kasparov Chessmate Palm OS Front Cover

Windows (2003), Palm OS (2003), Windows Mobile (2003) and Macintosh (2004)

The game is backed by grand chessmaster, Garry Kasparov.Players can create a personal profile using their own name, MSN nickname...

MSX (1988)

Kenpelen Chess is a computer chess game with a top-down view but with a 3D-feel. It includes various boards and...

DOS (1991) and Amiga (1991)

Kengi is a Othello variant played with little aliens instead of stones. As with the original board game, the players...

Linux (1995)

KFourInLine is an implementation of the Connect Four board game. On a 6x7 board, players can add stones in turns,...

Khet 2.0 Linux Front Cover

Linux (2014), Windows (2014) and Macintosh (2014)

Linux (2008)

Kigo is an implementation of the Go board game for the KDE desktop environment.The game can be played on any...

Wii (2012)

Kiki Trick is best described as a sound-based collection of mini-games. It has an eclectic art design fusing a blend...

Kinect Party Xbox 360 Front Cover

Xbox 360 (2012)

Kinect Party is a mini-game compilation that utilizes the Kinect peripheral. It is the sequel to Double Fine Happy Action...

Kineko: The Monitor Puzzle - Vol. II NES Front Cover

NES (1987)

This follow-up to the Famicom version of Kinetic Connection (Kineko) contains 10 new moving puzzles to solve. Apart from that,...

Kinetic Connection NES Front Cover

NES (1986), Commodore 64 (1986) and MSX (1986)

In Kinetic Connection you are presented with an array of blocks on one of 16 MicroKinema (levels), which are split...

Game Gear (1991)

The Game Gear version of Kinetic Connection has been rearranged a lot from the original version released 5 years earlier...

Windows (2000) and Macintosh (2000)

Based on the FOX animation series of the same name, KOTH is about this Texas Families and their misadventures with...

King's Table: The Legend of Ragnarok DOS Front Cover

DOS (1993) and Amiga (1993)

A version of an old Norse board game called King's Table. The game has black and white teams, like chess,...

Linux (2005)

Kiriki is an implementation of the Yahtzee dice game. The player throws five dices for up to three times, keeping...

PC-98 (1992), FM Towns (1992) and Sharp X68000 (1993)

Kiwame is a computer adaptation of shōgi ("Japanese chess"). The player may compete against four different computer AI levels. It...

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