A combination of luck and fun game, 3D Minigolf Unlimited brings you hours of game on many predefined courses or your own created courses through the embedded 3D editor. Worked design and fast rendering for your eyes.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista
3D The Mill Unlimited 1.0 It is one of the oldest games of spatial strategy in the world presented in a 9 paws, 3D version with simple rules and countless strategic options. You play against the computer or on a LAN. You can rollback a move or save a game for replay.
3D Reversi Unlimited 1.0 A cute design 3D for Reversi: a two century old reflection game with very simple rules. The game offers so many strategic possibilities, that you could spend the rest of your life to master it. Enjoy shaking your brain!
Description: The Minigolf, an immensely popular game for one or two players, is a clever combination of luck and fun game that brings you hours of game on many predefined courses or your own created courses through the embedded 3D editor. The game is designed to enable accessible playing thank to the numbered options and graphic styles that enhance the fun of playing. Well designed and well engineered rendering to give you visual fun. TLK guarantees unlimited updates for the registered version of this software.
3D Backgammon Unlimited 1.0 A combination of luck and strategy game, the Backgammon is played under hundreds of variants since the high antiquity. 3D version, ergonomic intuitive interface, multiplayer game
3D Chinese Checkers Unlimited 1.0 A fine 3D Chinese checkers to challenge the computer locally at various levels or other players on network like Internet. International or British checker board and rules. Various
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