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Chess (37)
Lines (21)
Ships (3)
Go (3)
Other (27)
Tablut
Popular board game of 18th century. One player tries to escape with his/her king protected by guards, the second player controls 16 soldiers and must capture the king. (read all rules)
Tank Battle
Tank Battle is a modern Polish game. Both players fight with a groups of tanks and one commander tank. The object is to occupy enemy's base and capture enemy tanks. (read all rules)
Halma 8x8
Also known as Chinese Checkers, the object of this game is to move all pieces from own yard to opponent's one. Who makes this task first, wins the game. (read all rules)
Halma 10x10
Also known as Chinese Checkers, the object of this game is to move all pieces from own yard to opponent's one. Who makes this task first, wins the game. (read all rules)
Amazons
Amazons is a modern game from Argentina. Each player has four Amazons and must block opponent's Amazons by shooting arrows. (read all rules)
Jarmo
Jarmo is an old Tatarian game played on 5x5 board with irregular piece moves. Each player has five archers and must reach opponent's base line. (read all rules)
Froglet
Froglet is a variant of similar old English game. Players get points for jumping over frogs of four colours and who ends a game with more points, wins. (read all rules)
Jungle
Old Indian game featuring animals of several kinds and abilities. The object is to reach opponent's lair or eat all his/her animals. (read all rules)
Anti Froglet
Anti Froglet is a simple variant of Froglet game. Multiple jumps are mandatory and the player who earns more points, loses a game. (read all rules)
Sphere Froglet
Sphere Froglet is a Froglet variant which is played on a "sphere" - the edges (A and L columns, 1 and 12 rows) are connected and this feature enables many more strategies to play. (read all rules)
Ludo
Ludo is a classic dice-and-race game with four pieces and a set of dice. The player, who moves all pieces to the home position, wins the game. (read all rules)
Breakthrough
Breakthrough is a strategy board game invented by Dan Troyka in 2000. It has some similarity to Checkers and the goal is to reach opponent's home row - the one farthest from the player. (read all rules)
Assimilation
Assimilation is a clone of the Ataxx game with only one difference - L-shaped knight-like jumps are not possible. (read all rules)
Ataxx
Ataxx (also known as SlimeWars and Frog Cloning) is a board game, similar to Reversi but with a completely different strategy. The player who places more pieces on the board wins the game. (read all rules)
Cheversi
Cheversi is an interesting combination of Chess and Reversi, created by Andy Lewicki. Each player places one Chess piece per move on the board and when all pieces are placed, the player with more squares attacked by his/her pieces wins. (read all rules)
Dice Poker
Dice Poker is similar to the popular game called Yahtzee. Players roll five dice each turn and try to get the best combination for maximum points in different rows. The player who gets more total points, wins the game. (read all rules)
Triple Dice Poker
Triple Dice Poker extends the classic Dice Poker by adding two more column for each player (the second one multiplies the scores by 2 and the third one by 3) and a bonus row which is automatically filled when the required conditions are fulfilled. (read all rules)
Frog Finder
Frog Finder is a nice variant of the well known game of Minesweeper (which is included in MS Windows) for two players, created by Michael Coan in 2006. Players must reveal all opponent's frogs by shooting and guessing and get points for these actions. After all frogs of one player are revealed, the player with more points wins the game. (read all rules)
Logik
Logik is a two player variant of the game Mastermind. Each player creates a combination of 5 colors and must solve the opponent's combination in 15 moves. The player who solves the combination as the first one, wins the game. (read all rules)
Mancala
This game belongs to the family of Mancala games which are very popular around the world and originally comes from Africa. The goal is to get more points than the other player by moving beads to the home area and capturing opponent's ones. (read all rules)
Frog Legs
This is an interesting variant of Frog Finder, created by Michael Coan in 2007. There are no frogs owned by any player - instead, both players are trying to reveal 9 green frogs faster than the opponent. After all frogs are revealed, the player with more points wins the game. (read all rules)
Dice Poker 6D
Dice Poker 6D is a variant of our implementation of Dice Poker. It is played with 6 dice instead of 5, and adds several new combinations to score - Full Car (2+2+2), Full Hotel (3+3), Large Straight (1-2-3-4-5 or 2-3-4-5-6), Full Straight (1-2-3-4-5-6) and 6 of a kind. (read all rules)
Triple Dice Poker 6D
Triple Dice Poker 6D extends the standard Dice Poker 6D by adding two more columns for each player (the second one multiplies the scores by 2 and the third one by 3) and a bonus row which is automatically filled when the required conditions are fulfilled. Unlike at normal Triple Dice Poker, the bonus is 50 points, not 35. (read all rules)
Big Jungle
This is a variant of the old Indian game Jungle, expanded by two extra columns (the game board is 9x9) and two new pieces - a monkey (stronger than a cat, weaker than a wolf and moves like a chess king - one space in any direction) and a snake (stronger than a dog, weaker than a leopard and moves like a shogi silver general - one space diagonally or forward). (read all rules)
Knight Fight
Knight Fight is an interesting game created by Andy Lewicki. It is played on 10x10 chessboard which is randomly filled with numbers 00-99. The goal of the game is to collect more points than an opponent, using one knight piece with standard chess rules for a movement. (read all rules)
Camelot
Camelot is a very interesting strategic game played on a 160 square board. Each player starts with 4 knights and 10 pawns which combine moving rules of checkers and halma. The goal is to capture all opponent's pieces or move two own pieces to the opponent's castle. (read all rules)
Cam
This is a Camelot game variant, played on a smaller board with 67 squares. Each player starts with 5 pawns and 2 knights, every player's castle contains only 1 square. The other rules are identical to the standard Camelot ones. (read all rules)
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