Challenge your wit and try various strategies against the computer in this traditional board game, thanks to the "Chinese Checkers" software! Your goal is to move all your marbles into your opponent's base before they can do the same. At the beginning of the game, a hexagram-shaped board is presented to you, and this board is divided into six differently colored bases. The 10 blue marbles on your side are placed in the blue area, while the computer's 10 green marbles are in the green base.
You and the computer take turns to play. During your turn, you can click to move one of your marbles to an adjacent empty space, or jump over other marbles making consecutive jumps. The distance of a jump depends on the number of empty spaces between the moving marble and the target marble. For instance, if there is no empty space between the moving marble and the other marble, then the moving marble can be moved to the first empty space beyond the other marble in the same straight line.Features:
Note that a marble cannot finish its movement on the top 4 rows of bases other than its own or its target base, but it can jump over them and immediately exit them. The available movement spaces are highlighted in red when a marble is selected. When you have completed your moves, click again on the moved marble, and the computer will start its turn. Continue the process until you have claimed your victory; beware of the computer's aggressive moves or you will lose!
"Chinese Checkers" software allows users to challenge their strategic thinking against a computer opponent.
The rules of "Chinese Checkers" are not complicated, but the variety of possible strategies makes it extraordinarily engaging. Whether you are a novice or a seasoned player, you will find both enjoyment and challenge in this age-old board game with the "Chinese Checkers" software.