Play a traditional game of checkers against a computer opponent, or play against another human player. It has multiple levels for both the beginning and more experienced player. Uses AFC rules for checkers.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista
Ultimate Bid Whist 2.1 Play the ultimate game of bid whist on your computer. You and a computer partner bid and compete against two computer opponents in this challenging game. Brush up on your game or practice for a tournament. Designed for beginning and advanced players.
Tonk 2.1 A rummy-style card game that let's you play and bet against computer opponents. This traditional card game is designed to be challenging for both beginning and advanced players, rather you're learning the game for the first time, or are experienced.
Description: Play a traditional game of checkers against a computer opponent, or play against another human player. It has multiple levels for both the beginning and more experienced player. Uses AFC rules for checkers.
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