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The Rules

xBill has been painstakingly designed and researched in order to make it as easy to use for the whole family as it is for little Sally. Years - nay - days of beta testing and consulting with the cheapest of human interface designers have resulted in a game that is easy to use, yet nothing at all like a Macintosh.

  1. Whack the Bills (click)
  2. Restart the computer (click)
  3. Pick up stolen OSes & return (drag) them to their respective computers
  4. Drag the bucket to extinguish sparks
  5. Scoring is based on total uptime, with bonuses for killing Bills.

As for the rest, you can probably figure it out. We did, so it can't be too hard.

The Story

Yet again, the fate of the world rests in your hands! An evil computer hacker, known only by his handle 'Bill', has created the ultimate computer virus. A virus so powerful that it has the power to transmute an ordinary computer into a toaster oven. (oooh!) 'Bill' has cloned himself into a billion-jillion micro-Bills. Their sole purpose is to deliver the nefarious virus, which has been cleverly diguised as a popular operating system.

As System Administrator/Exterminator, your job is to keep Bill from succeeding at his task.

About XBill

XBill is a game by Brian Wellington and Matias Duarte. This WebAssembly port was done by Matt Howell (@DrGoldfire on Twitter). The original game and this port are distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License. The original source distribution is missing any GPL version number, so I've designated this port to be under GPL 2.0.