500 Hour Test of Tomorrow's Windows "Vista"

Inkball

With Windows Vista, Microsoft introduces a new game named Inkball. The goal of this game is to maneuver different colored balls into the proper holes on the board. The only tool at the player's disposal is a virtual pencil that may be used to color barriers placed on the board. When a ball runs into such a barrier, it caroms off and the colored line disappears. The number of balls and the design of the playing field change at each level of the game.

Inkball: maneuver the balls into their holes using colored lines.

Mahjong Titans

Mahjong is one of the oldest games known to man. According to legend, this game was supposedly invented more than 4,000 years ago by the bored wives of the Chinese emperor. There are many versions available for the PC, particularly among the multitude of Linux distributions. Perhaps this explains why Microsoft decided to include its take on this ancient exercise of luck and skill.

Users can select from six different playing fields.

The look of this game is classic. As with nearly all PC Mahjong varieties, users must remove tiles from the board in pairs."
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