Here are some of my childhood favourite computer games. These games were designed to run on prior versions of Windows (Windows 3.x through 9x), so aside from DX-BALL and the 32-bit compatible version of Ski-Free, these games will not work on a more modern 64-bit system without additional supporting programs such as a virtual machine. They should, however, run just fine on a 32-bit system.DX-Ball is a brick-breaking style game created by Michael P. Welch. This game contains numerous levels in which you break colored bricks using a ball and paddle. You can score power-ups too, such as double ball, fire ball, and others that help you break more bricks. screenshot Chip's Challenge is a puzzle/adventure game created by Chuck Somerville, included in the Best of Microsoft Entertainment Pack. In this game, the player, as "Chip", must make his way through a maze of over 140 levels, in which lies many tools, hazards, and monsters. screenshot Rodent's Revenge is a puzzle computer game created by Christopher Lee Fraley, in which you play as a mouse whose goal is to trap the evil cats by pushing blocks and encasing them. There are 50 levels, and each one is a little harder than the last, so think wisely. screenshot SkiFree is a virtual skiing game created in 1991 by Chris Pirih. In SkiFree, the player character can be controlled by either the mouse or the directional keypad, and the object of the game is to ski down a large slope while avoiding obstacles. You have the option at the start of the game to enter three different courses, or, just 'ski free'. Be careful after a while of skiing, for there are creatures out there... screenshot JezzBall is a computer game created by Dima Pavlovsky, where the goal is to entrap red-and-white balls that bounce off the wall into small spaces. As each level progresses, more balls appear in the playing field, and you must use your quick wits and precise timing to score at the game. screenshot
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