Windows

Inside Microsoft Entertainment Pack 2

 

In 1991, Microsoft released a second set of games for Windows 3.0 called the Microsoft Entertainment Pack 2.
 
(I could not track down the exact date of release.)
 
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9 comments
CharlieSpencer
CharlieSpencer

Level 5 - PLAM 9 - ZAMI 13 - POOM 17 - DINK 21 - SPOO 25 - BORK

CharlieSpencer
CharlieSpencer

I think I've still got the level codes for the first twenty levels of Pipe Dream somewhere. I enjoyed Rodent's Revenge. When the cat caught your mouse, the displayed grid 'melted' to the bottom of the window. My wife refused to play the game, saying that feature made her feel 'horrible'.

AmishCake
AmishCake

Stones was the best one of the pack. Surprisingly harder than it looks, it's actually based on an ancient game called "Ishido." I wish they would come out with more versions of this game as it's getting much harder to find now. Very relaxing.

ilyaskazi
ilyaskazi

that all 4 entertainment packs I still have and enjoying playing those games....

Greg Shultz
Greg Shultz

...those codes, I'd love to have a copy.

Greg Shultz
Greg Shultz

...my favorite games in this pack and I have gotten back into playing it now.