CMM2 LIBRARY
Polar-coordinate "Snake" 1.0 by Tom Williams "thwill" (GAME, updated 30-12-2021 17:23:56) UPDATE
A new "take" on the classic game

Use the keyboard (A, Z, <, > and Space) to navigate the snake to eat the apples without hitting the perimeter or biting its own tail. Every time you eat an apple the snake gets longer. Unlike standard "Snake" the game is played in a circular rather than rectangular playing field and instead of moving the snake north, south east and west the player moves it outwards, inwards, clockwise and anti-clockwise.

SAAINT 2.0.3 by Tom Williams "thwill" (GAME, updated 17-08-2021 09:44:03) UPDATE
Scott Adams Adventure Interpreter

An interpreter allowing the classic works of Interactive Fiction (a.k.a. Text Adventures) by Scott Adams, Brian Howarth and others to be played on the Colour Maximite 2.
With Scott Adams' kind permission SAAINT is distributed with the 12 original Scott Adams Classic Adventures: Adventureland, Pirate Adventure, Secret Mission, Voodoo Castle, The Count, Strange Odyssey, Mystery Fun House, Pyramid of Doom, Ghost Town, Savage Island parts I & II and The Golden Voyage.
See this README for more information.

Yellow River Kingdom 1.0.3 by Tom Williams "thwill" (GAME/EDUCATION, updated 17-08-2021 09:44:24) UPDATE
Classic BBC Micro edutainment title

The original version of Yellow River Kingdom was an edutainment title included on the BBC Micro Welcome Tape/Disc and is a variant on the classic Hamurabi game.
It was (c) BBC Soft, 1981 and written by Tom Hartley, Jerry Temple-Fry and Richard G Warner.
I like to think that every British child in the 80's and early 90's would either have played this game or at least watched someone else play it on their school BBC Micro - often, at least early on, there was only one BBC per school and it was wheeled from classroom to classroom on a special trolley along with its obligatory CUB Microtech monitor.
This version was ported to MMBasic 5.07 by Thomas Hugo Williams in 2021 starting from this source code: http://brandy.matrixnetwork.co.uk/examples/KINGDOM.

Z-MIM r3 by Tom Williams "thwill" (GAME, updated 11-02-2021 12:22:16) UPDATE
Play Zork on the Colour Maximite 2

Z-MIM is a Z-machine interpreter allowing the classic Infocom works of interactive fiction to be played on the Colour Maximite 2. This version is limited to files in the .z3 format but all the early classics are available in that format: Ballyhoo, Cuthroats, Enchanter, Hollywood Hijinx, Leather Goddesses of Phobos, The Lurking Horror, Planetfall, Plundered Hearts, Seastalker, Sorcerer, Spellbreaker, Wishbringer, Infidel and of course Zork I-III.