Checkers Fever is a mobile version of an addictive checkers game. You will play the checkers against your phone the objective is to take all your opponent's pieces. Pieces can be moved forward to vacant diagonally adjacent squares, If an opponent's piece is diagonally adjacent, it can be captured forward
Popeye Pinball One of the funniest games and with the biggest fans number arrives to the cell phones presented by MAYHEM STUDIO. Our particular tribute to the classical coin machine that gave us so may hours of fun in our childhood
Portes is the greek version of the famous board game backgammon. Play with a friend using Bluetooth.
During this period a new version of the game is being developed. So any suggestion considering game`s user interface or game`s graphics will be appreciated. There is also the thought of the new version of the game including one player mode
JimmyGo is a SGF Viewer for mobile phones. It lets you download and manage SGF records onto your device and view them.
What's New in This Release:
· Optimized the traversal of the SGF file - going backwards in a long file should now be quick
Play Chess Online at Chess com - Play your turn-based games on your mobile phone - it's FREE, easy, & works on most phones!
Once you download the mobile application on your phone it will add a Chess.com icon to your menu. You can then launch the program. You will need to login with your member name and password (you can choose to save your login info)
This application is discontinued and not available anymore.
Astraware Boardgames - Eight classic boardgames that everyone can enjoy. Chess, Backgammon, Ludo, Checkers, Reversi, Nine Men's Morris, Snakes and Ladders, and Tic Tac Toe for one great price! Offers three levels of gameplay that all players can enjoy?even complete beginners
Cellufun Chess - Play the immortal game of chess against others online, or practice against your phone or our powerful server AI with a variety of difficulty levels. Our fully featured chess supports legal move verification including En Passant, castling, stalemate and draw by repetition, and clock based play. Play against others is rated using the ELO rating system