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About Timberman

Timberman is a single player arcade game developed by WMS in 1982. It was released on numerous home video game consoles and computers, including the Atari 2600, Atari 5200, ColecoVision, Commodore 64, Nintendo Entertainment System and ZX Spectrum. The object of the game is to maneuver a lumberjack through a forest clearing and up a mountain with each level varying slightly from the previous one. The player controls the lumberjack with a joystick or vectorpad and must maneuver him so he can cut down trees for money that can then be used to buy new equipment with which to venture deeper into the forest. If the lumberjack falls off of any of the higher areas then it is Game Over.

There are four levels within this game; each progressively more difficult than the previous one. At first only few trees are visible but as time progresses they appear in greater numbers until they block virtually all sky from above forcing the lumberjack to work his way round them instead. Timber Maniac also has various hazards throughout these levels such as sink holes, bear traps and falling trees; if any occur then the lumberjack will fall down immediately rather than at any later point and will drop whatever his hands were holding when this occurred as well as any coins he had been carrying around with him at that moment. 

Mesto Timberman is a simple game. It's basically Tetris with a build-up mechanic. You drop pieces that are build up by 1 block at a time. For example, your drop will be able to build up from the bottom to the top if you can manage the four kinds of blocks. - Classic: yellow, blue and green blocks - Special: red and purple blocks - Angry: red and angry block How to play> This is an easy game to play once you know how it works, but it’s tough getting good at it as some levels are frustratingly difficult as others. To start playing, just place your first piece by dragging your finger across the screen from one side to the other. Tap on any space on the grid where you want to place your next piece and drag until you have filled in all open spaces below it by placing more than one piece at a same spot. This process is known as “building up” your stack which ends when you run out of room above or under your block pile. When this happens, tap anywhere else on the grid where you want another piece placed in order for them to climb higher than what they started with. 

Gambler as an arcade game. Winner of the 1981 Copyright for the world by Atari, Inc. Gambler is a game of chance played with a deck of playing cards. Each player begins with four cards: two kings, two queens and one jack. The object of the game is to try to get five of a kind from your hand or in your opponents hand. 

Timberjack is a one-button arcade game from Hardwear Studios. The objective of the game is to cut as many wooden blocks as possible, without letting them fall on your end. To do this, you need real dexterity and practice to accurately tap the button in order to make your axe slice through the block. Timberjack is simple but challenging at the same time. You basically need good timing and finger accuracy in order to score well. 

Timberman is an arcade game for one player. The player controls a lumberjack with the objective of cutting trees and then salvaging them as much as possible to receive bonuses. This game is best enjoyed when you are by yourself or with a friend or family member. The game features simple controls so anyone can play it. 

How to play Timberman

Using Mouse