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These WWW sites deal with games, mostly 'paper and pencil' or 'card' games.
There are several computer games that I try to keep up on. Most of these
are of the Infocom variety (ie, text adventure/puzzle games). Some of these
are thus related:
The Game Cabinet
has a number of game rules posted. Specifically, there are some
that I find fun to pull out at various gatherings.
chronicals several "book shelf games" put out by the 3M Corporation.
One that I loved while at junior college was
Steve Jackson Games produces a large
number of games, such as Car Wars that I've found entertaining
over the years.
The Star Trek: The Next Generation
Customizable Card Game.
is happy to bring you high quality, freely
available, games. We hope you enjoy our games. Most
of our games deal with strategy and decisions not unlike
those of military commanders engaged in a most thermal
archives are full of interesting tidbits.
Fat Messiah Games sell a variety
of board and RPG games.
Looney Labs have
a number of interesting "pocket" sized games. I keep a couple of them in my
desk draw at work for the occasional lunch time challenge.
have a number of card/strategy games that are quite fun to play, quick to
learn, and CHEAP.
home page is the source for several ezines on Interactive Fantasy games.
Jumbo Shareware provides a list of
shareware and freeware computer games and utilities.