Chair Equals Money 1.10
Push Chairs And Turn Them Into Money.ADVERTISEMENTS
Author : Michael Schmitz Technologies
OS : Win95,Win98,WinME,WinNT 4.x,...
Chair equals money license : Freeware (Price: free)
Added date : 26. November 2005
Release date : 17. April 2003
Download page : Get it Here!
Download Size : 398 kBytes
Publisher URL: http://www.schmitztech.com/
Chair Equals Money 1.10 details:
The only game where chair equals money! This game`s rules are simular to those of Sokoban. The objective is to push chairs to certain destinations where they turn into money, but the player needs to be careful. A single wrong push could get him stuck! This version supports multiple graphics sizes, resizable playing space, universal bookmark format for saving bookmarks and solutions, and an easy method for adding room sets. Prepare to be challenged by the hundreds of rooms which come with the game. The simple rules betray the complexity.
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