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100+ Great Games is a collection of just over one hundred shareware and freeware casual games. Note: it is only possible to credit this product with 100+ games by counting the games within the game collections, for example counting Solitary Confinement not as one game but as eight because it is a collection of eight solitaire games. 

The CD autoloads to a game browser which runs in a window. From there the player opens a game group and must select each game individually to see its details and, if they wish, to install it as well. All games in this compilation must be installed before they can be run and most, but not all, allow the user to specify the install folder. The keep case inlay shows the games are grouped into four categories, Action, Board, Sports and Casino, while the game browser shows many more, the game categories and the games they contain are; There are several games here from MVP Software, their full title is usually something like MVP Euchre Deluxe but in the compilation's menus they are abbreviated top just Euchre.

DirectX is needed by this compilation and the game menu has an option to install version 6.1 if necessary


100+ Great Games Windows After a couple of company logos the main menu appears
100+ Great Games Windows The CD autoloads to this screen, run the game browser or install DirectX
100+ Great Games Windows The Arcade Games menu.<br>
All games are in alphabetical order
100+ Great Games Windows The Mind Games menu<br>Mind Madness is another name for Tetris Pack

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Hidden Game

All games are held on the CD in numbered folders and the supplied game menu allows the user to access and install the games. However the game in folder 100_Games\Games\game35 is not referenced by the menu, in it the user will find the shareware version of TC Consulting's Quink (Quick Think), a Simon Says clone.
piltdown_man (202262) added 100+ Great Games (Windows) on Mar 03, 2017