Ladybug ( © Universal 1982, © Puzzlehouse 2004)

Ladybug is a little maze game with some interesting features. You control a ladybug being pursued around a maze by nasty evil bugs.

The maze of dots looks pretty standard, except for the fact that there are turntiles all over the place that let you dynamically change the layout. These allow you to cut off your enemies and sometimes even isolate them in enclosed spaces.

Unlike most maze games, there’s no way to turn the tables on your enemies, so you’re always on the run. Adding some variety are scattered bonuses and letters you can collect to earn a free bug.

Carnival ( © Sega 1982, © Puzzlehouse 2006)

You are at the carnival, and are going to take a chance at the shooting gallery!

Your goal is to earn as many points as possible by shooting the various targets before you run out of bullets. In addition to the assorted targets that float by, there are boxes which can be shot to earn additional bullets.

You also need to be careful of the ducks! From time to time, a duck will fly down and eat some of your bullets if you don't shoot it first.

You move on to the next round of gameplay when the rack has been cleared of all the targets, and the game ends when you use up all of your bullets.


Jay Parker

Jay Parker

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- Windows 98/XP/Vista
- 350 MHz processor
- 64 MB RAM
- DirectX 7.0 or higher