If you are always on the look for everything unusual and like to occasionally lean back in your chair and indulge yourself to some kind of eye candy on the screen of your PC, we recommend taking a closer look at jk-ware Theater. This program is a shell that allows you to launch several instances of jk-ware games simultaneously. The list of games supported by jk-ware Theater current includes Locker Plains, Color LIFE Sound and Perpetuum mobile. Apart from relaxation and entertainment, the program can also be used as a benchmark that shows how well your CPU handles multi-threaded tasks and executes them in parallel. The user can control quite a few aspects of the games, including colors, sounds and so on.
Locker Plains is a fairly classic ball game where the player needs to remove certain blocks by hitting them with a ball (or several balls) that bounce off a platform (blocker) that the user controls. The game has 6 difficulty levels and advanced ball behavior settings for extra realism. Perpetuum mobile is more of a demo or screensaver that enables the user to throw a number of balls into the scene and then see them interact with each other and the walls. Finally, Color LIFE Sound is a fairly complex evolution simulator that uses sound to play cell patterns and provide the player with additional information.
jk-ware Theater wraps three unusual concepts into a single package, so if you are ready to experiment and like facing new challenges, you are more than welcome to check it out!
jk-ware Theater 3.3 With jk-ware Theater Blocker Plains, Color LIFE Sound and Perpetuum mobile can be started multiple times and run simultaneously. Think and purpose of jk-ware Theater is to test the
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