As always, you get the prerequisite tutorials for each game in the help file, an added convenience for beginners. The package has a collection of twelve card games: Crazy Eights, War, Bridge, Poker, Hearts, Pyramid, Gin Rummy, Euchre, Old Maid, Klondike, Cribbage and Spades. They’re not all as complex as you’d think. War is simply a matter of flipping a card higher than that of your opponent, and all you do is click on your deck till one side runs dry (you take the other guy’s card when your is higher, steadily thinning out his deck). You might have even played some of these games without even being aware of it. Crazy Eights, a game that originated in China, plays a lot like Dominoes, with the object of discarding your cards in a central, matching deck and with eights acting as wildcards.
Command & Conquer: Generals - C&C: Generals Reloaded
The Holy Grail of unreleased SNES prototypes. It was truly a shame this game was not released, it shows just how much diference the SFX-2 chip was in relation to the original SFX chip. It was much later that the knowledge of this near Gold cart was confirmed, being dumped and analyzwed by the ZSNES team, until it was eventualy made playable. Soon after, AGTP released a english patch to the game, that also removed the debug features (such has the onscreen FPS counter). Most of the ideas of this game were then moved to Starfox 64 / Lylat Wars and even today, as I received my Starfox Command for DS, I recognized the real time strategic map screen. I wish they would implement the transforming AR-Wings into mech thingy in future releases.