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Games, time-wasters and eastereggs for Microsoft Excel.

4 In a Row    open in new window        
This game with 6 levels of difficulty can keep you occupied for hours. It's Open source, so click ALT + F11 to look at the VBA code.
[ Affiliated: May 06, 2014  |  Feedback for this link ]

Arena.Xlsm    open in new window        
Arena.Xlsm is a full length video game entirely in Microsoft Excel. It has an interesting story with 4 different endings depending on how the player has played the game, over 2000 possible enemies with different AI abilities, 39 item modifiers taht result in over 1000 possible item combinations and attributes.
[ Affiliated: March 19, 2023  |  Feedback for this link ]

EDC Games and time-wasters    open in new window          
Games like Tic Tac Toe, Memory or a Sudoku Solver Tool, all done in Excel.
[ Affiliated: April 01, 2007  |  Feedback for this link ]

Mine3D    open in new window          
Mine3D is a 3-D game very similar to the Minesweeper® game that comes with Windows. But instead of a mine "field", you have to search through a mine "space".
[ Affiliated: July 13, 2008  |  Feedback for this link ]

MineSweeper    open in new window          
Oleg Andreev contributed an Excel version of the venerable MineSweeper game (Download on bottom of the page).
[ Affiliated: June 29, 2008  |  Feedback for this link ]

TheBattle! - Schiffe versenken    open in new window            free
Play 'Battleships' with Microsoft Excel on your network.
[ Affiliated: September 09, 2007  |  Feedback for this link ]

xlCube    open in new window          
xlCube is hard to describe. You search through a 3D cube, searching for smaller cubes located within. Not only is it a pleasant diversion, it is a great way to teach your kids about the basics of solid geometry.
[ Affiliated: October 25, 2008  |  Feedback for this link ]

X-Ray!    open in new window          
This game is similar to the standard MS Minesweeper game, but with a twist. You find the targets by firing shots into the target region, and figure out the location of the targets by watching whether the shots make hits, exit out to some other cell, or are reflected back to the original cell. Complete instructions are included in the workbook. All of the VBA code is unprotected, so you are free to see how it works.
[ Affiliated: October 03, 2008  |  Feedback for this link ]

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