DMines is the classic minesweeper game with a dynamic twist -- some of the unrevealed mines change locations every set number of seconds (15 by default). Current features include 3 levels (easy, normal, and hard), resizing of the playing field, setting the number of mines, and setting the time it takes the mines to change locations.
Deadly Rooms Of Death is a puzzling game of dungeon exploration where you must grab your sword and start chopping your way to the bottom of a vast dungeon. Learning how to play is simple - you move Beethro in one of eight directions or rotate his sword. You can wait as long as you like before moving and logical problem-solving is paramount, but the game still has a sense of action as you lay waste to hordes of nasties. When you finish exploring you can also build your own dungeons with the level editor.
Deep Blue Sea is a match-3 puzzle game in which you find treasure and adventure in an underwater world. The mystery of the aquatic people of Avalonia unfolds as you discover the scattered fragments of their Sacred Amulets, salvaging treasure along the way. The plot thickens as the Amulets are assembled and their powers come to life. Deep Blue Sea entertains with engaging and challenging gameplay, unique features and power-ups, and an original soundtrack.
Deep Voyage is a collapse-style game in an underwater setting. The base mechanics are extended with many bonuses, anti-bonuses, and powerups. The game also includes a jigsaw mini-game and partially-interactive animated backgrounds which can be turned into screensaver mode when paused. During the game, the player helps a beautiful mermaid to win the royal garden design competition in Underwater Kingdom. So there is also a garden-building mini-game.
Diagnil is a GUI application to help solvers of diagramless crossword puzzles. It accommodates puzzles distributed electronically using several file formats (puz, jpz, xpf, and ipuz) as well as those distributed in print form. Although software for conventional crosswords has existed for years, the diagramless variant has received little attention. Diagnil attempts to fill that void. It lets you solve puzzles by entering words, placing them on a grid, and moving them around the screen until the final shape is achieved.
Superficially, Dominoes on Acid is a solitaire variant of Dominoes with weird colorful tiles (and this view is enough to play the game). But on a deeper level it is a GUI for natural deduction. Every completed domino is equivalent to a proof of a tautology in classical propositional logic. The game can be played online as an applet or offline as an application. It is built on a simple isometric engine that can be used independent of the game.