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 2.8
Snakes and Ladders is an ancient Indian boardgame regarded today as a worldwide classic. It is playedbetween two or more players on a gameboard havingnumbered, gridded squares. A number of "ladders" and "snakes" arepictured on the board, each connecting two specific board squares.The object of the game is to navigate one's game piece, accordingto die rolls, from the start (bottom square) to thefinish (top square), helped or hindered by ladders and snakesrespectively. The game is a simple race contest based on sheerluck, and is popular with young children. The historic versionhad root in morality lessons, where a player's progression up theboard represented a life journey complicated by virtues (ladders)and vices (snakes). A commercial version with different moralitylessons, Chutes and Ladders, is published by Milton Bradley.chutes & ladders
Dots and Boxes 1.8
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.
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.
4 in a row 1.3
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.
Bricks Breaker 1.1
Break all bricks with a given ball. Break the bricks much andmoreat once, you can get higher score. Challenge hundreds oflevels.[How to play] - shoot the ball with the touch - the bricksbreakwhen the number of bricks is 0 - Clear the stages byremovingbricks on the board - the game is over when the brickstouch thebottom line - Find best positions to hit every brick - Getthegreen circle to increase the number of balls [Feature] - Freetoplay - easy and simple to play -very small file size -100balls(one shot)mode supported - tablet supported ★ SUPPORT★ Incaseof any problems with the Bricks Breaker Plus, instead of givingusthe negative opinion, please send us an e-mail and reviewbrieflythe problem. It will help us to solve it in the nextupdates. Email: [email protected]