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SmallRockets BackGammon

SmallRockets BackGammon

SmallRockets BackGammon is a polished implementation of the classic board game, backgammon.  The objective for a player is to move all of their checkers to their home board and then bear them off before their opponent can do so. The players move their checkers in opposite directions around the board, and can hit and block the opponent's checkers.

It has a host of features including multiple skill levels and game options.

This game should appeal to both the beginner and the experienced backgammon enthusiast.

 BackGammon

Price
$14.99 (shareware)

Developer
SmallRockets

Website
www.smallrockets.com (now dead)

Requirements
Pentium 166MMX or higher
16Mb RAM (32Mb RAM recommended)
10MB Free hard disk space

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Features include:

  • Full 2 player game over the Internet
  • Automatic set-up: no need for remembering the board layout
  • Intuitive, friendly control method makes it easy for anyone to play
  • Single player game with multiple skill levels of computer opponent
  • 2 player game for 2 friends using the same machine
  • Optional doubling cube for raising stakes
  • Recognition of gammons and backgammons
  • Stylish graphics representing the board, checkers and die
  • Selection of boards to play on - each with their own unique appearance, including boards made from wood, marble and metal
  • Easy to follow tutorial for beginners

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