itsmy Chess - The classic board game - with the choice of three various difficulties. Nice design and a weekly competition and a lot of trophies to achieve! Includes awewsome wolrdwide and friends ranking! Easy login with Facebook Connect!
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Chess V1.01 Chess V1.01 - Chess is played on a square board of eight rows (called ranks and numbered 1 to 8) and eight columns (called files and labeled a to h) of squares. The colors of the sixty-four squares alternate and are referred to as "light squares" and "dark squares". The pieces are divided into two matching sets, by convention called White and Black
Chinese Checker Puzzle Chinese Checker Puzzle - A very hard and ancient Chinese logic game with balls. The goal is to leave on the field only one ball in the center
Mastermind for J2ME Mastermind for J2ME is a mobile version of the classic board game. The most prominent feature is the ability to being able to fully configure the board using a number of parameters.
What's New in This Release:
· Added a splash screen at the start-up of the game.
· Fix: shows the correct combination at the end of the game
Reversi V1.02 Reversi V1.02 - Play Reversi for free with a computer or with your friends and real opponents. Chat, send messages, upload your avatar, try to get the best score. The game support single and multi player mode too
Awele for Java Awele is a nice puzzle game where the aim of the game is to collect the biggest number of beans
Oware/Reversi Midlet Oware/Reversi Midlet for J2ME and Palm OS (with IBM WME VM) devices.
Oware is the national game of Ghana and is played in Ghana and other parts of Africa and the Caribbean. Also, called Ayo (Yoruba), Awale (Cote d'lvoire), Wari (Mali), Ouri, Ouril or Uril (Cape Verde), Warri (Caribbean), Adji (Ewe), Awele (Ga), Awari (English). Oware is one version of a Mancala game
MM Reversi MM Reversi - well-known board game. It`s easy to play, but a challenge to win - and really this version is a challenge.
The board consists of 8x8 fields; the two players alternately put white and black stones onto the board. Your goal is to have the most stones at the end of the game. To do so, directly enclose your white opponent horizontally, vertically or diagonally