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Remember How You Used to Play Cards?
You'd have to get the gang together, clean up the place and hope everyone would show up. Now you can play anytime, anywhere. Games People Play makes playing your favorite card games fun and hassle free. Play against co-workers in the office, at home with a friend, against the computer, or with others around the world over the Internet. You can be playing in less time than it takes to deal the cards. We've even included an Internet sign-up kit so you can start beating the world today.
Personalize your game with 8 different table tops and card backs to choose from, all featuring full color, high resolution graphics and animation.
Play with a partner, form your own team, or go it alone as you trump, bluff and bribe your way to success.
Thanks to the Internet, a world of competition is literally a mouse click away, and finding an opponent any time of the day or night is never a problem.
Set up an office league complete with automatic ranking and see if your colleagues are as good as they say they are.
Take the ultimate challenge by competing in live tournaments through the sociable gaming community of Westwood Online.
Features a dozen classical music tracks playable in the game or on your stereo (start with track 2), or pop in a music CD of your choice.
Get online and play Hearts, Spades & Euchre as easy as...
Step 1. Place CD in the drive and Install
Step 2. Connect to the Internet (if you don't have an account, use one of the simple sigh-up kits included)
Step 3. Get your nickname for Westwood Online (if you don't already have one) and play!
Requirements: For solo and network play: 486DX/33MHz CPU running Windows 95 or Windows NT 4.0 (newest service pack needed for Windows NT 4.0), 8MB RAM (16MB recommended), SVGA display (640x480 resolution in 256 colors), Windows 95 compatible sound card and speakers, 2x CD-ROM drive, 30MB hard drive space.
Requirements: For Internet play:14.4 modem (28.8 recommended), Internet access through a dial-up Internet Service Provider or direct Internet connection.
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