TI 99-4a computer game classic with updated graphics and sounds.
You must hunt and kill the evil Wumpus. As you move about its cave you are
given clues to where it is hiding. Use your deductive reasoning to determine the exact cave room the Wumpus is hiding in and use your dart to kill it. You only have one dart. Do not miss or you will become the next meal for the Wumpus.
The cave if full of other perils also. If you stumble into a room with a slime pit your quest is over. Some rooms have a giant bat. While the bats don't hurt you, they will pick you up and carry you to a different room. Hopefully they won't drop you on top of the Wumpus or in a slime pit.
Each game is can be won... But it is up to you to determine the exact location of the Wumpus. They don't make games like this anymore. A true challenge to your mind.
Download it today and begin your hunt for the legendary Wumpus.
In this game, you are in a cave of 20 rooms mapped as a dodecahedron, where each room connects to 3 other rooms. The caves do contain hazards. Super bats - in 2 caves - that can pick you up and drop you anywhere at random and bottomless pits - in 2 caves - which meant instant death if either of these rooms was entered (or if you were dropped in one of these rooms by a super bat). The hunter's weapon is bow and 5 "crooked" arrows. When shooting, the hunter can specify up to 5 connected rooms to which the arrow is to go so that, once it is determined where the Wumpus is, an arrow can be shot at him from any nearby room
While there have been many variations of this game created with various "improvements", including graphical representations and various changes to the cave layout, hazards faced, and weapon used, many of these miss the point of the logic required to get the Wumpus. Thus, I decided to stay faithful to the original so this game is entirely text based. The only change I have made is to adapt the game to use input methods more suited to Android based phones and tablets. Other than that, this game is the original as created by Gregory Yob.
By applying logic and exercising care, it is usually possible to win the game but it requires that the player work out the details of the map, including the room numbering.
Visit the developer's web site (http://www.cyberspyder.com/Android/wumpus.html) for more details.
If you enjoy the game, leave us a good review and check out "Hunt the Wumpus 2" for more challenges. If you run into any problems, please contact us so we can resolve any issues.
This game is (loosely) based on a ZX Spectrum/C64 game of the same name, but has whole new levels and extra game mechanics to boggle your mind even more.
After 20 introductory levels of varying difficulty things kick up a notch when cogs start to become connected to each other - turning one will turn all cogs with the same label.
Can you complete all the levels, and complete them in less than 50 moves each to earn all 300 stars??
Please note that the music included is from the C64 version of the game this is based on, and is copyright Vojislav Mihailovic.
All code and other assets are copyright TCKSOFT/Andrew Pointon 2014.
Stay away from the bricks as they will break your fire-fighting equipment.
Keep your wits about you while you twist and turn through gaps while trying to fight the endless oncoming flames..
Pump up your water pressure and keep at it!
A game of action, dexterity and concentration...
How far can you plunge into the pit? How high can you score?
Use different selections of lights and flip forwards and backwards through the light sequence until you can make them all either red, amber or green.
Each of the stages has three different 3x3 light selectors, so every one is a new challenge.
If you light lights out style puzzles then this takes things to the next level.
This morning I had risen early to take in the brilliant sunshine of the Cote d'Azur in the height of the season. The contrasting blues of sea and sky provide a perfect backdrop as I relax with a Pernod and lemonade and lots of ice. Only the occasional sound of seagulls disturbs my peace as I become engrossed in volume three of the Chronicles of the Faluvian Empire. What an epic book!
However, by 10.00 a.m. the temperature has reached the low nineties and the blistering hot sand is now unbearable to lie upon. I must cool off. My companion suggests water skiing. Well the sea seems calm enough for a mere novice like myself.
The boat is started and is soon skimming across the bay whilst I aquaplane along behind it, parting the still blue surface of the water like a giant cheese-wire, I see rocks and driftwood ahead - we must have come too far. I shout to my companion, but my voice is lost beneath the steady throbbing of the speedboat's powerful engine. Soon we are both ducking, weaving and threading our way through, fighting for survival.
Thank God! The rocks are gone, but ahead I see regatta day. Yachts follow eccentric tracks across our path, but miraculously we find a way through without fouling the line, only to be met by a flotilla of "gin and tonic" cruisers being driven by inexperienced rich kids who all seem determined to finish me off. Don't they know there's a speed limit this far inshore? Ahead I see sharks. We can't turn with so many "G and T's" in the way, I hope I live to regret this escapade, or will I provide these mean marine devouring machines with an early lunch?
Connect five or more fish and they will be fed to Secret and removed from the board.
Complete a row of ice blocks and they will crack open revealing any fish that are contained within.
Swipe left and right to move your falling blocks, and swipe down to add it to the box faster. You can rotate the blocks with the on screen buttons.
Try to keep Secret fed and happy for as long as you can. She is hungry. Please feed her.
How to play:
Tap on groups of candy to eat them - the more candy you eat in one go the better as you will score many more points.
Eating a single candy makes you sad (you lose 1000 points).
Stop the candy reaching the red score bar, or your game will end.
If you eat candy at the right time you will score even more points. Watch the pulsing colour of the screen.
The game will speed up over time so put down your tablet and eat with both hands to survive!
Try to capture the opponent's pawns and SHOGUN while keeping yours safe. The game is over when a player has his SHOGUN captured, or is left with only one pawn in addition to his SHOGUN piece.
One or two player options plus you can choose to show your possible valid moves, or display all the hidden terrain - these options are given for people new to the game to get a hang of how to play. It's recommended to have these options disabled unless you need them.
Play two players with your phone or tablet lying flat between you for the ultimate board-game experience.
Metal Pangic is copyright TCKSOFT 2013 (original version created on the PC and is copyright TCKSOFT 2002).
Controls: touch the bottom-left of the screen to move your ship. There are two fire buttons on the right hand side of the screen. Tap the lower button to fire your weapon and destroy the bubbles - the upper button toggles 'bullet-time', which slows down all the bubbles on the screen.
How to play: Shoot the metallic bubbles, and don't let them hit the cockpit of your ship. There are three types of bubble: Copper is a normal bubble that bounces left and right, and is effected by gravity. Silver doesn't let gravity get him down and he bounces off all four sides of the screen, in straight lines. Goldie finds you attractive and will bounce towards your ship so be very careful of this bubble stalking you.
Power-ups can increase your bullet supply so that you can fire up to 5 shots at once, but if you hit a B- ball you will lose a bullet. Also there are power ups that freeze the bubbles, evaporate the bubbles removing the smallest ones, replenish your bullet-time, and activate your sheild.
Be careful of the EX ball which will increase the size of all bubbles on the screen - it will also remove the largest, but this is still a dangerous object. The last power ball is the IB which makes all bubbles invunerable for a short time, and is another one to avoid.
Thank you for playing and I hope you enjoy the game...
How to play: Solve the sum then tap on the correct answer box. getting a string of correct answers will increase your score combo up to 100 points per correct answer.
If you answer incorrectly your combo will be reset and you will get no points in that round. Every incorrect answer you tap on will have a small time penalty. In the pay version additional time is added between rounds.
You have 60 seconds to score as many points as you can. Fast and accurate play will reap great score rewards!
Please enjoy the game.
Original game created by Ian Andrew – www.OriginalGames.com
Have you ever played Minesweeper? I'm sure you have. What you probably didn't know is that it has a granddad, and that granddad is called Mined-Out!, and was originally released way back in 1983 when Windows 1.0 was still just a twinkle in Bill Gates's eye.
Bill the worm is trapped at the end of a series of increasingly troublesome mine fields, and you need to navigate your way to him before he dies of old age. He has been waiting for 30 years for you already, so you better get a move on or he will be a gonner for sure!
This is a remake of my PC remake of the original Atari ST game by John Gymer of Kingfisher Software and was originally seen many many moons ago on a magazine cover disk, back when the world was a little more innocent.
It's spring so lets go egg collecting! Mr Duck has lost his eggs and must get them all back before Mrs Duck comes home and makes him sleep in the swamp rather than their comfy nest. They are scattered on the fragile tiles of doom and guarded by nasties and sticky spider webs.
Luckily the god of all ducks is feeling merciful and sends Mr Duck some power ups and extra lives from time to time to help in his thankless quest.
Touch and drag your finger to move Mr Duck.
Once you have stepped on a tile it is broken and cannot be stepped on again - don't worry about being trapped though because Mr Duck is magical and can shift a row or column of tiles to escape such a predicament (by using the button in the bottom right of the screen while moving.
Go back in time to the arcades of the '80s and fight for high-scores in this intense action game.
Collect all the fuel crystals in each sector while avoiding mines, and the relentless attack of the perimeter security drones, who fire at you and will not stop or rest until you have been destroyed.
Your ship has no brakes and all you can do to avoid destruction is turn left or right, or use your booster so speed from enemy shots (and disaster) even more quickly.
Picking up crystals in quick succession will give score bonuses and if you complete a sector without losing any shields the rewards are great.
An extra shield is awarded after each five sectors have been completed. If you lose them all then it is game over and your ship will spiral to its doom.
Insert a credit (Buy it!) to play right now and feel the joy of the arcades again.
Make Poker hands and don't let the grid fill up or it's game over!
Simple but addictive game-play that anyone can enjoy.
Keep track of the cards that are moving into the grid and move them to create hands and high scoring combos using straights, flushes and three or four of a kind.
This free ad-supported version only gives you one mode and one difficulty. You can play the easy one pack mode all you like before deciding if you wish to buy the full game.
Full version contains three game difficulties and two game modes, and also saves your high scores.
Easy: Slow cards, three swap cards, no cards already in grid.
Normal: Speedier cards, three swap cards, levels can have cards already placed.
Hard: Even faster cards, only one swap card!, levels can have cards already placed.