Slay

Conquest

Critical Mass

The General

Mother Of All Battles
Real time WWII battle
Firefight
Capture The Flag
Capture The Flag
A card game
Niggle
Lead your tribe to safety
End Of Atlantis
Play in the Jurassic League
Football-o-
saurus

Kill all of the rats
Rats!
Topple
Topple
Find all 35 words
Word
Storm


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Slay
Conquest
Critical Mass
The General
Mother Of All Battles
Firefight
Capture The Flag
Niggle
End Of Atlantis
Football-o-saurus
Rats!
Foosball
UFOs
Topple
WordStorm

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MoaB Version History

Version 3.2, July 2003
- "Patrol" order
- Better graphics
- Computer players move their ships in fleets

Version 3.1, April 2000
- 'Tiny' worlds of 40 x 40 and 45 x 45 added
- Hold the shift key down to make a piece move all the way to the destination

Version 3.0, June 1998
- Updated World, Rankings, Piece Info and Production dialog boxes
- Up to 80 x 80 world sizes
- High score table
- World number so a game can be replayed
- Fighters move 8 instead of 14 squares and have 16 fuel instead of 14

Version 2.0, July 1996
- Much improved computer intelligence
- Piece moves, fuel and days to build can be customised
- Choice of which types of pieces will be used in each game
- Button bar added
- Larger world sizes
- Configurable amount of land mass
- 'Move memory' is now optional
- Windows automatically 'tidied'
- Rounded corners on islands

Version 1.3, March 1995
- Ships take fewer days to build
- Armies can't attack from a transport
- Mouse cursor displays how far the piece is going to move
- City information window shows how many more days are left to build any piece

Version 1.2, February 1994
- Zoom in and out
- "End Turn" option
- Press shift + right click to rotate through a stack of pieces
- City's name appears when mouse is over Production window
- Wake and sleep pieces from City Information window

Version 1.1, December 1993
- 3D style islands
- Modeless windows used
- "Game Info" window added
- Cities have names
- Auto play
- 4 world sizes, and 4 difficulty levels

Version 1.0, October 1993
- Up to 6 humans or computer players
- 3 World sizes and 3 difficulty levels
- Windows used for "City Information", "Rankings", "Piece Info", "Production" and "World Map"