The worst thing you can say about Chessmaster 5500 is that you might not want to spend the bucks on it if you already own Chessmaster 5000.
Mindscape's fantastic new adaptation of the classic can teach you how to play, how to improve your game, and how to gracefully get your butt kicked over and over by ...
You Don't Know Jack
Questions test both classical book-smarts and pop-culture awareness, forcing you to combine these opposing forces and choose a correct answer.
You Don't Know Jack: Sports
I'm pleased to report that they've truly hit the long ball once again.
You Don't Know Jack Volume 2
You Don't Know Jack Volume 2 brings back everything that was exciting and fun about the original.
You Don't Know Jack: Movies
In addition to creating a plethora of wacky questions pertaining to film, the producers have also given this version a movie motif.
Chessmaster is still the only way to go if you're looking for a chess program.
You Don't Know Jack: Volume 4 - The Ride
Arguably the best You Don't Know Jack since the original.
You Don't Know Jack: Volume 3
Veterans of the You Don't Know Jack series will be instantly at home with the gameplay.
Saints and Sinners Bingo
Saints and Sinners Bingo features eccentric characters, lucky charms, dirty tricks, a variety of winning patterns.
Axis & Allies: The Ultimate WWII Strategy Game
The result of all of Hasbro's diligent faithfulness to the source is a great version of a classic board game.
It's little more than a cosmetic overhaul to an already classic product.
Armello is a swashbuckling adventure that combines RPG elements with the strategic play of card and board games, creating a personal, story-fuelled experience.
You Don't Know Jack (2011)
The classic smart-aleck quiz show game challenges players to answer trivia questions laced with jokes and pop culture references.
Trivia Machine is a fast-paced, multiple choice trivia game with more than 7,000 questions, online scoreboards, and an element of strategy.
Games People Play: Hearts, Spades & Euchre
Card games lend themselves well to Internet play, and this one is no exception. Just stay away from the solo play, and you should be entertained.
You Don't Know Jack: 5th Dementia
It's an excellent party game, but unlike its predecessors, its online play component also makes it ideal even when other people aren't at home.
Fritz 8 Deluxe
Fritz 8 Deluxe is easily the best chess program for the seasoned chess player.
The laundry hasn't been done, the bills haven't been paid, and it's all because of this terribly engrossing game.