|This doesn't seem to be the place to ask this question, but an inquiry about a game gave me this link, so....|
Back in the days of Windows 98 I had a game on my desktop. A very simple game consisting of a grid of squares/blocks, all empty except for one green block (me) and one red block (computer). First I click on the square adjacent to my green one, which fills it with green. My opponent (the computer) then clicks on a square adjacent to it's red square and that fills it with red. It goes on like that until all blocks are filled with green and red. The winner is the color with the most blocks.
The next game consisted of a number of penguins that would bob up from holes in the snow and with your chosen weapon (I think there were 3 choices of weapons, I think a paint rag and sledgehammer were 2 of them). The object was to hit all the penguins as they bobbed up, but you had to be careful and not hit anything but penguins. I seem to think there was a bear that would bob up, and one other non-penguin character....there may have been one or two more, I just don't remember.
I've searched the web with all the keywords I could think of, to no avail. The search for the first game generated a game by the name of Red Remover, but that wasn't what I was looking for. The search for the second brought up some penguin games, but again, not the one I wanted.