For a flipping good time, try beating Iago.
It's a two-player game, but you can also play against the computer.
The rules are like the game of Reversi, but played on a hexagonal board:
The two players (white and black) alternately place a piece on an empty cell. When a piece is played, it flips to the player's color all the opponent's pieces in a straight line from the piece played to another piece of the player's color.
|For example, playing a black piece at the arrow:
|flips the pieces with red dots, and results in:
Furthermore, a piece may only be played where it can flip some of the opponent's pieces. If there is no such cell, the player loses a turn.
When neither player can move, the game is over.
The player with more pieces on the board is the winner.
|Start a New Game
Press twice for human-vs-computer, with computer playing white.
|Choose Human(2) or Computer(1) Opponent
|Mark the cells where you can move
There are no keyboard controls. Use the mouse. Click click.
The Full Version
The full version of Iago has these enhancements:
The game is distributed as
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