East Solitaire is an old Chinese chess game, smart and full of wisdom. It was invented by Zhu Ge Liang (AD 181 - AD 234) (it is also said to be invented by French and was brought to China in the 17th century), who is a remarkable politician, strategist, diplomat, astrologer and inventor in the Three Kindoms period of China.
There are many inventions in all his life, so this game is also called Chuko Chess, it was invented to call away the soldier's blues mood during war.
The goal of the game is to jump over and capture all pieces except for one, which should be in the center of the board. You move a piece (A) straight and over another piece (B) which is captured and removed. Piece (A) then lands in the empty slots in front of (B), the game continues until no move can be made.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.