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Organic Listing Variations
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Java on the Brain -- Applets
The game now also has a web version - a Java applet that emulates the ... Texas Hold'em Poker - a multiplayer poker game I developed for the poker site ...
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Java on the Brain -- Applets
ChocoBan - a game originally built for the iPhone and iPod Touch, now ported to a few Mobile Java phones. Source code and graphics included. ...
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Download page
Here is a list of downloadable files corresponding to (some of) my freeware Java applets. For historical reasons the earlier files are GNU zipped (.gz) and ...
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Download page
Here is a list of downloadable files corresponding to (some of) my freeware Java applets. For historical reasons the earlier files are GNU zipped (.gz) and ...
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Download page
Here is a list of downloadable files corresponding to (some of) my freeware Java applets. For historical reasons the earlier files are GNU zipped (.gz) and ...
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Download page
Here is a list of downloadable files corresponding to (some of) my freeware Java applets. For historical reasons the earlier files are GNU zipped (.gz) and ...
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Download page
Here is a list of downloadable files corresponding to (some of) my freeware Java applets. For historical reasons the earlier files are GNU zipped (.gz) and ...
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Autocrazy
Autocrazy. October 25, 1996. Last modified October 2, 1997. About the applet. Other applets.
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Urbanoids
Prepare to explore the widths and depths of a city full of homicidal robots. This is what the game looks like. If you think it seems incomprehensible or ...
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Java on the Brain -- Applets
The game now also has a web version - a Java applet that emulates the PalmOS ... Sudoku Spoiler - a program that takes all the fun out of Sudoku puzzles. ...
 
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