In the 90s and 2000s, there was a series of games known as Hoyle games, including Hoyle Majestic Chess. The property rights of these games belonged to Fluent Entertainment (which no longer exists) and Vivendi Universal Games. The latter was eventually merged into Activision Blizzard, so it would stand to reason that Activision Blizzard now has sole intellectual property rights. Old copies can still be bought on Amazon and eBay, but eventual Windows’s backwards compatibility will come to an end. Furthermore, these games are only playable on Windows. Thus, I propose that these games be republished and once more produced.