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\Library\revogames - Revo-specific games, novelties & leisure items

Important: Although some items in the \Epocgames folder will work fine on a Revo or Revo Plus, the screen-specific nature of games means that we also need a separate area here.... Any items that are specifically designed for the Revo live here.

The text list below shows what's available in the folder on the CD in this category.

Minimise this browser window when ready and then use PsiWin/Explorer or PsiMac to browse the folder structure of the CD and copy the program files onto your palmtop. Note that Windows may set all files taken from this CD to 'read-only'. If this causes a problem for you or for a particular program, just use the "Properties" command to remove this attribute.

Games, Novelties & Leisure
ASTEROIDS       24/05/00 Arcade game, with rotating spaceship and lots of rocks!
ATOMIC20        12/11/99 Tetris clone
CHAINREACTION   20/01/00 Exploding bomb puzzle game
DEVENDER        15/11/99 DeVender arcade classic, plus extra set of authentic arcade sounds
FAIRWAY30       12/11/99 The famous shareware golf simulation
GOLFCR03        18/01/00 Golf Card and analyst
GOLFPRO         02/09/02 Golf Pro arcade golf game
MAHJONGG        07/02/01 Mah Jongg for the Revo
MILLESBOURNES   25/01/05 Milles Bournes strategy game based on road travel
MONTANA         22/08/01 Card solitaire
PACMAN          09/09/00 The famous arcade game
PITSTOP         04/06/01 Grand Prix strategy game/simulation
REVOPOKER       22/08/01 Video Poker against the clock!
RMRREVERTRIS    27/09/00 Tile-placing strategy game based on Tetris tiles 
RV-PJONG        28/06/00 Psi-Jong puzzle/strategy
RV-WAR          28/06/00 War, the 2-dimensional war strategy game
SMUGGERS        06/12/02 Maze arcade game
TERRAFORCE      06/04/03 1-st person tank arcade/strategy game
TILEFALL        30/05/00 Tile-Fall strategy game

Note: some program authors included folder information within their ZIP files, we've used this where available for your extra convenience in working out which file goes where... Note also that some programs use the Windows 95/Mac/Series 5 'long' filenames...

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