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 Online Games > Search > m|506 (3)
by Ben Nobel & Dave Mendelson
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Category: Java : Board
Average Rating: 3.15 of 5.00 (from 13 ratings)

Like the game Monopoly. Good game if you have a lot of time.   submitted 11/28/98
2Chinese Checkers
by Ben Nobel & Dave Mendelson
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Category: Java : Board > Checker
Average Rating: 2.20 of 5.00 (from 5 ratings)

A two to six player game. Play our different computer players and/or your friends. The goal is to move all of your pieces from your home point, across to your goal point. Pieces can move to any adjacent spaces, or jump over any adjacent pieces. You can make multiple piece jumps per move, and can jump any pieces on the board. Pieces may not travel through other players' points. You may select 2-6 players, any of which can be human or computer. There are three levels of computer players to choose from. When it is your turn, first click on the piece you want to move. Next, click the hole you wish to move or jump to. To make a multiple jump, keep clicking the holes along the path you wish to jump. To complete your move, you can either double-click into the last hole to jump into, or you can press the spacebar. On the right side of the screen, you will see whose turn it is, and each player's number of moves away from winning.   submitted 10/11/98
by Ben Nobel & Dave Mendelson
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Category: Java : Classics > Falling Blocks
Average Rating: 4.00 of 5.00 (from 1 ratings)

Think you can be number one in tetris. Try to be the best to be on the top.   submitted 11/10/98

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