SmartBunny2 Chinese checkers - Chinese checkers (a variant of Halma) is a popular family board game that can be played by two to six people. The objective of the game is to place one''''s pieces (marbles) in the corner opposite their starting position of a pitted hexagram by single moves or jumps over other pieces
This application is discontinued and not available anymore.
Astraware Boardgames includes Chess, Backgammon, Ludo, Checkers, Reversi, Nine Men's Morris, Snakes and Ladders, and Tic Tac Toe, each with user-customizable rules and a range of difficulty levels, but designed with casual players and non-experts in mind
Chess Pro II - Regardless of your playing level, ZingMagic's multi award winning Chess is a stimulating and challenging game for beginners and champions alike.
Chess is a two player game with a colourful history which can be traced back to its Indian ancestor, Chaturanga
SmartBunny Gomoku - A popular abstract strategy board game which is also called Five-in-a-Row or Gobang. Play this classic board game by challenging the computer with your observation and strategy skills
MobiCheckers is a superior computerised version of the traditional Checkers or draughts board game. MobiCheckers is designed to be played on any PDA running Pocket PC, Windows CE, Windows Mobile or Windows Smartphone. MobiCheckers will also run on any standard PC. With MobiCheckers you can pit your wits against a computer brain! Features
Intuitive and easy to use layout
Reversi Pro II is the classic strategy board game of territorial occupation involving placement & capture of game pieces and has been a favourite with board gamers for many years.
Reversi was invented by Lewis Waterman who marketed his game in London in 1880. It is an uncomplicated board game and its addictive nature can be enjoyed by players of all abilities
Chinese Chess Pro II - ZingMagic's critically acclaimed Chinese Chess application is a stimulating and interesting alternative to western Chess.
Just like western Chess, the aim of the game is to capture your opponent's King. You have seven pieces at your disposal, each with their own rules of movement