Fun Java Applets
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This Java applet is called: Ask the Eight Ball. Have you seen the toy you can buy that is a 4-inch diameter "8-Ball" that when shaken, answers a "Yes or No" question? Well the actual toy has about 8 or 10 canned resposes to your "Yes or No" question. This applet version of that toy has 25 possible answers. I'm not sure who created this applet, as I would like to give them credit here. The only reference I can find within the code is: "Built by VISTA904". Follow the link here: Ask the Eight Ball. to ask it your "YES or NO" questions!!!
This Java applet is called: Guess That Phrase. It's like the game of "Hangman" where you guess the letters of a word and either fill in the blanks with correct guesses, OR, add more body parts to the gallows. The word is either guessed or the person ends up being hung. This applet version was created by Richard Hucko of Honolulu Hawaii (website: http://geocities.com/rhucko1). This applet version gives you 6 chances at the phrase. Oh, by the way, there are 22 phrases and they're all related to gambling. Follow the link Guess That Phrase to play the applet version of Hangman.
This Java applet is called: Tic-Tac-Toe. Everybody has played Tic-Tac-Toe. With this applet version you can choose 4 levels of difficulty,... the computer is dumb, the computer is a little smart, the human may win when they play first, and, the computer never loses (may have a draw). This applet version was created by Brian Gosselin (http://scriptasylum.com/personal/) and modified by Yossi Cohen. To play, follow this link Tic-Tac-Toe for the applet version of a timeless game.
This Java applet is called: Connect Four. This game is normally played in a plastic frame that you drop red and black disks into (they look like checkers). Like the actual game, this applet version is designed for two players. This applet version was created by Brian Gosselin (he does a lot of these!). His web site is: (http://scriptasylum.com/personal/). Follow this link to play Connect Four, the applet version of a sometimes aggravating but addicitve game.
This Java applet is called: Pong. This is one of the original video games; Pong is the first video game to appear in bars in a coin-operated format (in 1972). This is a one-player game. This applet version was created by,... you guessed it, Brian Gosselin. His web site is: (http://scriptasylum.com/personal/). Follow this link to Play Pong, the game that started it all for Atari.