The figure, chosen or created by you, is broken into some fragments of any form. Fragments mix up on the game field. Your task is repair the source figure.
Hidden from each other, players places 10 ships in their own playing area. Shooting at the cells, the player must guess a location of the opponent ships.
There are two game modes. Duel - identical shapes fall to you and the opponent. Alone - the full rows appear to the opponent's area.
Pieces of different color appears on the play area. Your target is get rid of them, having made a one-color line on a vertical, horizontal or diagonal. You can move any one piece, if it can reach an empty seat.
Time limit - open all pairs for allocated time. Time countdown begins after opening the first card. Move limit - open all pairs for allocated moves.
Picture is divided into many individual fragments. Its are mixed among themselves. Your task is to determine the original location of fragments by images and merge parts into a whole picture. The game provides a gradual complexity increasing.
This is game in a chess on a tiny board (6 x 6) by the simplified rules. The object in game is to trap, or checkmate, the opponent`s king.
Shapes composed of five square identical blocks each fall down the playing area. The object of the game is to manipulate these shapes, with the aim of creating a horizontal line of blocks without gaps. The game ends when the player `tops out`
Reversi are names for a strategic board game which involves play by two parties on an eight-by-eight square grid with pieces that have two distinct sides. Each of the two sides corresponds to one player, they are referred to here as red and blue.
Durak (Fool) limits the number of players to 6. The deck of 36 cards is shuffled, and each player receives 6 cards. The top card on the remaining deck is made visible and placed at the bottom of the deck across it (so that its denomination is seen).
This poker variant is for two - six players. The game object is to win the pot, having collected the best poker combination of cards, than other players. Or oust opponents from the game by bets. Dealing out begins with the obligatory entrance fee.
A popular Russian card game against the 1 - 5 opponents at once. You can load the card pack and card backs into the game.
A interesting mix of Classical chess and Russian checkers. Pawns move as pieces in checkers. The bishop moves and takes exactly as in normal chess. The camel has a kind of extended knights move. Kings moves as a promoted checkers piece.
There are three modes of play checkers - it's Russian shashki, Anti-shashki and Stavropol.
Defeat the three opponents playing dominoes. The game ends when the winner is determined. The winner will be the player finished the first and got winning sum of points. The loser will be the player with the least points.
At the mineral-rich planets face competing interests of corporations, each of which seeks to completely control the extraction of valuable resources. By agreement among miners the leading position receives the one who will seize greater territory.
At the beginning of the game, and after each turn, players get tiles to replenish their racks with seven tiles. On each turn, a player has the option to: pass the turn and scoring nothing; exchange one or more tiles; form words on the board.
The game of long and short backgammon. You can create your own starting position on the board and change some of the key rules.
This game is a version of Gomoku. The game is played on a 15 x 15 board. The first player places a cross piece on an empty cell by turn, the second player places a null. The one who place five pieces in a row first wins.
Collect the original pattern of a kaleidoscope. You can move a row or a column only. Any line of pieces are closed in a ring. It means, the pieces, getting out of a game field, will appear on the opposite side.