|Op. System:||Win7 x32, Win7 x64, WinVista x64, WindowsVista, XP, WinXP|
|Last updated:||10 Jan 2011|
|File size:||844 KB|
Publisher description for Kyrathaba's Hangman
"Kyrathaba's Hangman" is a Hangman variant with a little bit of flavor from from the "Wheel of Fortune" t.v. show, such as vowels costing (rather than being free), and a scoring system. The object of the game is to keep on solving one Hangman puzzle after another, accumulating points in your Score, towards the goal of setting a High Score or beating the previous High Score. The goal is simple: keep playing until you lose a game. With each correctly guessed character, your Score will increase. Vowels cost points, and these points are deducted from your Score, so try to guess vowels carefully, based on contextual clues provided by any consonants you have already correctly guessed. The goal is to beat the existing High Score. This is easy the very first time the program is run, because the existing High Score at that time is zero. But as you (and perhaps additional users of the program, on the same computer) play more and more games, it can become quite challenging to beat the existing High Score.