These are games which either don't fit into a neat category, or games which I have not yet had time to properly file...
- Fyrad 32
A version of the classic Connect four game. Challenge one of six built-in computer opponents, where Stupid Joe is the weakest and Super Pete is the strongest. You can also play against a random opponent at a random level. Additional features include network play, 7 difficulty levels, ability to load/save games and opponents, 6 different and configurable computer opponents and more. Freeware.
- Kookaburra Game
The aim of the game is to race your 5 Australian animals around the bush and return them home safely as quickly as possible. The first player do to this is the winner.
RedBlue is a board game collection containing eight challenging games including GoMoku, Connect 4, TicTacToe, TacTix, Othello, Qubic and Nim. The game action ranges from trying to get 4 or 5 connected pieces in a row, having the most pieces at the game's end up to making (or not making) the last move. The simple game rules and mind bending gameplay will keep you on playing "just one more game" and provide new challenges. "Easy to learn but hard to master" is our motto. For Windows and Mac computers.
- Sign It!
Sign It! is an educational board game for learning, teaching, and practicing american sign language.
- Zillions of Games
The first infinitely-expandable board gaming system. Board games you can play with the computer, other people or over the Internet! Plays over 300 board games and puzzles. Change rules and add new games. Chess, Checkers, Reversi, Shogi, ... and more.