To view what you can pick from type this in your terminal: For Jag users: ls /usr/share/emacs/21.1/lisp/play then hit 'return'. For Panther users: ls /usr/share/emacs/21.2/lisp/play then hit 'return'. This gives you a display of all the games you can play or progs you can use. If your using Panther some of the games will be in colour form like Tetris is. To get to the games. Launch a new window and type: emacs and then hit 'return'. To get to emacs prompt hit both 'esc' and 'x' at the sametime. It will bring up the 'M-x' prompt. At this prompt you can type any of the progs in the list and play or use them or be amused by them. My favs are: gomoku: a connect 5 game. snake: everyone knows snake. tetris: in colour this time. pong: needs two people to play. doctor: it's a Mac Shrink Bot. life: it's a prog that replicates to see how many generations it can make of it's self before dying out completely. animate: great for animating text and special msg for Sarah pops up when you first use it. dunnet: runs just like an old MUD game would. yow: for everytime you type yow in it gives back a smarty come back like: "Somewhere in DOWNTOWN BURBANK a prostitute is OVERCOOKING a LAMB CHOP!!" zone: everytime you type it in it does something funky to the text on screen. handwrite: allows all the text that is on screen to be printed out on your printer via your terminal. It may do more but I haven't played with it enough yet. mpuz: is game where your trying to figure out the code via the examples it gives. Or atleast thats how I play it. I'm just very impressed with all these hidden games and progs. To me Tetris and snake alone make this worth while. Now if only they can had gorilla I'd be in retro heaven. Too bad they couldn't had a few midi files with Tetris. Oh yeah either 'q' or 'quit' usually get you out the game or just press 'esc' and 'x' a couple times to get back to the prompt again.