Chuck’s Top Ten (CTT) is a collection of Windows Games designed to provide you with hours of entertainment.
Chuck's Top 10 Games For Windows (32-bit Systems):
Throw the ball by clicking the mouse on it. Pick up the correct number of jacks by clicking on them. Then catch the ball by clicking on it before it hits the floor.
For starters, you play Onesies and pick up one jack at a time. After picking up all six jacks you graduate to the next level, Twosies, and pick up two jacks at a time. Then Threesies, and you pick up three jacks at a time. For Foursies, pick up four jacks, then two jacks. For Fivesies, five jacks, then one jack. For Sixies and beyond, pick up all of the jacks on the floor.
Any mistakes and you are sent back to the start!
-Single Puzzle Hangman
The object is to correctly fill in all of the blank marks before the stick figure is hung.
Enter letters by typing them on the keyboard or by clicking the mouse on the letter palette. Matching letters are written to all corresponding blank marks. If a letter does not match any blank mark, then part of the stick figure is drawn and the letter is written at the top of the page. After six unmatched letters, the stick figure is completed and considered hung. You lose and the remaining blank marks are filled in.
If you fill in all of the blank marks before the stick figure is completed, then you win and the stick figure is rescued. Words are selected randomly from the categories that you enable from the options menu.
-Multiple Puzzle Hangman
The object is to correctly guess as many words as possible before the stick figure is hung.
Enter letters by typing them on the keyboard or by clicking the mouse on
the letter palette. Matching letters are written to all corresponding blank marks. If a letter does not match any blank mark, then part of the stick figure is drawn and the letter is written at the top of the page.
When you fill in all of the blanks, you get a correct mark and a new word (or group of words) is selected.
After a total of ten unmatched letters, the stick figure is completed and considered hung. The game is over and your score is the number of correct marks you received. Words are selected randomly from the categories that you enable.
Tiles are randomly dealt with the picture side down. Flip over any two tiles by clicking on them. If the pictures on the tiles are identical then they will disappear. If they are not identical then they will be flipped back to picture-side-down. Continue flipping pairs until all matches have been found and there are no more tiles.
You are scored two ways. First, by the number of seconds it takes for you to find all of the matches. Second, by the total number of pairs you need to flip in order to find all of the matches.
The top scores are displayed on the high score list.
Tiles are randomly dealt with the picture side down.
Players take turns flipping over any two tiles by clicking on them. If the pictures on the tiles are different then it is the other Player's turn and the tiles will be flipped back to picture-side-down. If the pictures on the tiles are identical then they will disappear and the player who flipped them is credited with one match. The same player takes another turn and continues taking turns until an unmatched pair is flipped.
The game is over when all matches have been found and there are no more tiles. The winner is the player with the most matches.
The computer randomly generates a secret code of the selected length using the enabled symbols. The symbols may be repeated in the code. Enter a guess of what the code might be by clicking on the symbols to the left. The white cursor box can be moved by clicking on a new location with the left mouse button. The right mouse button will erase any entry. When you are satisfied with your guess, press "Done".
You are given two clues about your guess. Black plus signs indicate correct symbols in correct positions. White check marks indicate correct symbols but in wrong positions. Continue guessing based on the clues until the code is determined.
The object of the game is to complete the fourth side of as many squares as possible. Take turns with the computer connecting adjacent dots. Click the mouse between any two dots to connect them. After a square is completed the same player must continue connecting dots until a square is not completed. When 'you complete a square an "O" will appear in it. When the computer completes a square an "X" will appear in it. The game is over when all of the squares have been completed. The winner is the player who has completed the most squares.
Select "Autoplay Until Near End" from the Game menu to have the computer randomly connect dots until it is almost time to complete 'squares.
Gecko Farm is a commodities style trading game in which the objective is to accumulate $1000 in profits before your opponent does. You can play against another person or the Computer. The computer can use a number of trading strategies which you can choose from the Options menu.
The objective is to hit your Geckos with the footballs and send them over the end line to score without your pass being intercepted by opposing team Geckos. The computer scores when your passes miss or it makes interceptions, and as its Geckos cross the end line.
The objective in this game is to eat as many flowers as possible, and thereby increasing your score, without being gobbled up by the hungry Geckos. The more flowers you eat, the more tempting treat you become.
This is a version of the old "shell" game. The objective is to keep your eye on the block with the Gecko and see if you can spot it after the shuffle. The longer you keep from missing, the better you core. There are two ways to play. Single Level and Progressive Level.
For DOS/Windows (via DOSBox) [*Please review compatibility/platform sections]
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