Mensch is a board game developed in Germany by JosefFriedrich Schmidt in 1907 or 1908. The game was issued in 1914and sold about 70 million copies, driven by huge popularityamong German troops serving in World War I Itis a cross and circle game with the circle collapsed ontothe cross, similar to the Indian game Pachisi, the Colombiangame Parqués, the Americangames Parcheesi, Aggravation, and Trouble, and theEnglish game Ludo.
Snakes and Ladders 3.1
Snakes and Ladders, known originally as Moksha Patam, is an ancientIndian board game regarded today as a worldwideclassic. It is played between two or more players ona gameboard having numbered, gridded squares. A number of "ladders"and "snakes" are pictured on the board, each connecting twospecific board squares. The object of the game is to navigate one'sgame piece, according to die rolls, from the start(bottom square) to the finish (top square), helped or hindered byladders and snakes respectively. The game is a simple race contestbased on sheer luck, and is popular with young children. Thehistoric version had root in morality lessons, where a player'sprogression up the board represented a life journey complicated byvirtues (ladders) and vices (snakes). A commercial version withdifferent morality lessons, Chutes and Ladders, is publishedby Milton Bradley. The Chutes and Ladders, and Gyan chauper gamesare also similar to this game.
Dots and Boxes 1.91
Dots and Boxes or Dots and Lines is a classic pen and papergame. Starting with an empty grid of dots, players take turns,adding a single horizontal or vertical line between two unjoinedadjacent dots. A player who completes the fourth side of a 1×1 boxearns one point and takes another turn. The game ends when no morelines can be placed. The winner of the game is the player with themost points. It was first published in the 19th centuryby Édouard Lucas, who called it la pipopipette.
Ludo is a cross and circle board game similar to patolli and Wahoothat involves moving a set number of pieces or marbles around theboard, trying to get them into the safety zone. The Uckers andChaupar games are also similar to ludo with a few differences inrules. Mensch is a board game developed in Germanyby Josef Friedrich Schmidt in 1907 or 1908. The game wasissued in 1914 and sold about 70 million copies, driven by hugepopularity among German troops serving in World WarI It is a cross and circle game with the circlecollapsed onto the cross, similar to the Indian game Pachisi,the Colombian game Parqués, the Spanish game Parchís theAmerican games Parcheesi (Parchisi), Aggravationand Trouble the English game Ludo. Rules for playingLudo: - Number of Players: 2 to 4 - Object: To be the first playerto move all of their own pieces out of the starting area, aroundthe board, and into home. - Setting Up: A player must throw a 6 tomove a piece from the starting circle onto the first square on thetrack. and a throw of 6 gives another turn. - Playing: Players taketurns in a clockwise order; highest throw of the die starts. Eachthrow, the player decides which piece to move. A piece simply movesin a clockwise direction around the track given by the numberthrown. If no piece can legally move according to the numberthrown, play passes to the next player. If a piece lands on a pieceof a different colour, the piece jumped upon is returned to itsstarting circle. If a piece lands upon a piece of the same colour,this forms a block. This block cannot be passed or landed on by anyopposing piece. - Winning: When a piece has circumnavigated theboard, it proceeds up the home column. A piece can only be movedonto the home triangle by an exact throw. The first person to moveall 4 pieces into the home triangle wins.
4 in a row (Connect 4) 1.6
Connect Four is a two-player connection game in which the playersfirst choose a color and then take turns dropping one colored discfrom the top into a seven-column, six-row vertically suspendedgrid. The pieces fall straight down, occupying the nextavailable space within the column. The objective of the game is tobe the first to form a horizontal, vertical, or diagonal line offour of one's own discs.
Break all bricks with a given ball. Break the bricks much and moreat once, you can get higher score. Challenge hundreds of levels.[How to play] - shoot the ball with the touch - the bricks breakwhen the number of bricks is 0 - Clear the stages by removingbricks on the board - the game is over when the bricks touch thebottom line - Find best positions to hit every brick - Get thegreen circle to increase the number of balls [Feature] - Free toplay - easy and simple to play -very small file size - 100balls(one shot)mode supported - tablet supported ★ SUPPORT★ In caseof any problems with the Bricks Breaker Plus, instead of giving usthe negative opinion, please send us an e-mail and review brieflythe problem. It will help us to solve it in the next updates. Email: email@example.com
Bricks Breaker One 2.8
Break all bricks by shooting them. Challenge and enjoy hundreds oflevels. Break the bricks much and more at once, you can get higherscore. Challenge and enjoy hundreds of levels. [How to play] -shoot the ball with the touch - the bricks break when the number ofbricks is zero - Clear the stages by removing bricks on the board -if the bricks touch the bottom line, the game is over - Find bestpositions to hit all bricks - Get the orange circle to increase thenumber of balls [Feature] - Free to play - easy and simple to play- 400 challenges, can play offline - very small file size - Classicplay mode - 100 balls (one shot) game mode - tablet supported[Feedback] If you have any comments or suggestions please let meknow, it would help me to better updates. Email :firstname.lastname@example.org