HoardGen 3.5E WorkHorse Games
Ever wonder what the color bands on resistors mean? This program by WorkHorse Games decodes these bands for you. You can either enter the color bands and find out the value or you can enter the value and find out the color bands.
This program is a customizable alarm clock. It allows you to set a different alarm for each day of the week as well as disable the alarm for that day. The alarm sound can be set to any .wav sound of your choice. The display is large and easy to read
This program displays the current time in a large easy to read display. This program is perfect for people who have a hard time reading the time display on the PC and prefer an analog display.
This program displays the current time in a large easy to read display. This program is perfect for people who have a hard time reading the time display on the PC and prefer a digital display. The text and back ground color are customizeable.
Remember those tile games you used to play as a kid? Where you had to shift the tiles around to recreate the image printed on them? Here is a computerized version of this game that you can play any time you want.
A gambling game that depends a lot on luck, Red Dog is not popular in casino play, but is often played at home just for fun- the stakes are meaningless. Bet weather the next card will be of the same suit and lower than the first five cards dealt.
This game by WorkHorse Games is a Vegas style Black Jack game. It adheres to the rules of the game as described in Official Rules Of Card Games by The United States Playing Card Company.
This is a Vegas style video poker game. Video poker is one of the few casino games where the player has an advantage over the house. For this reason video poker is very popular with vacationers.
Snake is a classic game played by many on cell phones, PDAs, and calculators. It is now available for the home PC in a free trial with the option to buy. Guide the snake around the screen trying to eat the viligers that appear on the screen.
This is a remake of the classic Pong video game. Pong was invented in 1958 by Will Higinbotham at Brookhaven National Laboratory. Pong has captured the attention of thousands and is still fairly popular today.