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backgammon, board game, logic Classic backgammon game, whe you can play vs. PC.
Can you save the marbles from passing the point of no return? In this game, your goal is to form groups of at least 3 identical marbles so as to destroy them and clear the line. At the start of each level, a line of color marbles will be rolling on the path of a maze and moving towards a hole at the end of the path. At the center of the maze you will be given a launcher, in which a marble is ready to be shot, and the next piece will also be seen. Move your mouse around so as to change the shooting direction, then click to release the marble. If groups of at least 3 marbles of the same color are formed, those marbles will be removed from the line and the remaining marbles will merge. You can switch the positions of the marbles in the launcher by pressing the Spacebar on your keyboard. Your score will be recorded at the top right corner of the screen. As you advance in the game, the mazes will become more complex and the number of marbles will increase. If the marbles fall into the hole, the game ends. Charge into the streams of excitement now!
Free cell solitaire
The goal of Free Cell Solitaire is to move all cards from the eight tableau stacks to the four foundation stacks at the upper right of the screen.
Chess is an abstract strategy board game and mental sport for two players. The object of the game is to checkmate the opponent's king. This occurs when the king is under immediate attack (in check) and there is no way to prevent it from being captured on the next move. Chess is one of the world's most popular board games; it is played both recreationally and competitively in clubs, tournaments, online, and by mail or e-mail (correspondence chess). Many variants and relatives of chess are played throughout the world. The most popular, in descending order by number of players, are xiangqi in China, shogi in Japan, janggi in Korea, and makruk in Thailand. The game described in this article is sometimes known as FIDE Chess, Western Chess or International Chess to distinguish it from other variants.
A strange, invisible force drags your balls down. Is it gravity, or something more sinister? Clear groups of three as best you can. 30 levels of increasingly mysterious ball action!