Retrieve your childhood memories and savor the good old days by playing Reversi with an old friend! 'Tis a classic board game for 2 players using an 8x8 grid board and 64 two-sided pieces.
Each of the pieces has a side in black color and the other in white. Your objective in the game is to finish with more pieces turned to the side of your representing color rather than that of your opponent.
When the game begins, either black or white is randomly assigned to each player, and 2 pieces of each side are placed to the middle of the 4th and 5th rows on the board. In the 4th row, the white piece is on the left with the black piece on its right, while in the 5th row the black piece is on the left and the white piece is on its right.
Black always moves first and each player will take turns to place a piece of his side onto the board. A player must capture at least one of the pieces of his opponent, or the player has to skip the turn.
To capture the opponent's pieces, a player should place a piece onto the board such that it aligns horizontally, vertically or diagonally with other pieces of his own without any spaces in between, while at least one of the opponent's pieces is completely surrounded by them on the line.
All pieces of the opponent that are trapped by the player's pieces as a result of the move will be turned over and become the player's pieces. The scoreboard on the left of the board shows each side's current number of pieces.
When a player needs to make a move, a timer will appear on the scoreboard such that the player will automatically lose the game if the time is up. The game ends when both sides are not able to make any more moves and the player with the most pieces turned to his side wins.
· OS: Windows Vista/7
· Adobe AIR Runtime 2.5
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· Fixed a bug where the Facebook profile picture is not shown in the high scores table.
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