A fun little mix-and-match program for kids, Dino-Sorcerer is probably best remembered as one of the last games coded by John Romero before he left SoftDisk to form id Software with John and Adrian Carmack. Not really a game, Dino-Sorcerer lets you create fictional dinosaurs from various parts, e.g. tail, back, head, etc. The resultant dinosaur can be saved to disk or printed (although I doubt many new printers will work with this program). One of the most creative features in the game is that as you change a body part, the name of the dinosaur will also change accordingly. All the names sound semi-authentic, and some are quite amusing.