Rise of atlantis
Around the world in 80 days
Covert Front 2
Escape the Working Room
Battle for Darkness
Strike Force Heroes 3
Roads of Rome 2
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Create a clear path by moving and rotating blocks to free the golden gear in each level.
Forty Thieves Solitaire
In Forty Thieves Solitaire the goal of the game is to move all the cards to the 8 foundation piles at the upper right corner. The foundation piles are built in suit from A to K. You can use the middle 10 piles to hold the cards temporarily while you build up the cards in the foundation piles. You may only move one card at a time, and you can only move a card to another pile if it is one lower and in the same suit. If you cannot make a move you can turn over a new card by clicking on the facedown deck in the top left. It's game over if you have used all the stock cards and cannot put all the cards on the foundation.
This is the must played bubble shooter version, you move the arrow with your mouse. Click to release the bubble. Make combinations of 3 or more bubbles to make them dissapear and score points. The more bubbles you shoot at once the more points you get. You win if all bubbles are shooted, if there are only a few lines left you can shoot away colors by making groups of the last balls.
Build defense towers to stop the enemy force invasion. Destroy all enemy units before they reach the end of the road.
Chess is an abstract strategy board game and mental sport for two players. The object of the game is to checkmate the opponent's king. This occurs when the king is under immediate attack (in check) and there is no way to prevent it from being captured on the next move. Chess is one of the world's most popular board games; it is played both recreationally and competitively in clubs, tournaments, online, and by mail or e-mail (correspondence chess). Many variants and relatives of chess are played throughout the world. The most popular, in descending order by number of players, are xiangqi in China, shogi in Japan, janggi in Korea, and makruk in Thailand. The game described in this article is sometimes known as FIDE Chess, Western Chess or International Chess to distinguish it from other variants.