Mysterious Palantir combines arcade with a bit of strategy, and fun things from many games like Pool and Tetris. Two-player modes are included among the nine games packed into one. The demo mode itself is much fun to watch and relax after a busy day.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP
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Description: Mysterious Palantir combines arcade elements with a bit of strategy. There are nine rather different games packed into it, and three skill levels for each one. A fancy playing field shape gives you a great chance to excersize your pool skills. One more nice thing - the two-player modes were added - no more arguing with your relatives over whose turn is to play now. And if you are home alone, just play against computer - the built-in intelligent engine is quite hard to beat. In fact, the demo mode itself is much fun to watch and relax after a busy day.
Both installer and uninstaller are included. Upgrades and support (if you ever need it) are free
for registered users.
In the registered game you will have:
nine different games, including two-player ones;
three skill levels with increasing difficulty, something for everyone;
save your best results, and take part in the top players contest on the Web;
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