JQubes - JQubes is inspired by KJumpingCube, a KDE game.
It lacks an AI you could play against. But it's more fun playing against real persons anyway. Two persons can play against each other on the same cell phone or over bluetooth.
How the game works:
The playing field of JQubes consists of squares. At the beginning each square has only one point and no owner which means no color, too. During a move you can click on a unoccupied square or one of your own squares to increase the squares point value by one. Your own squares and your opponent's squares turn to blue or red.
When a squares value is higher than the number of his horizontal and vertical neighbors, its points are distributed to the neighboring squares, taking over ownership of them, even if they belong to your opponent. That can lead to long chain reaction. Own all squares to win the game.
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