By Continental Laboratories
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Probably the best 9 Man's Morris on the App store
“Great graphics, lots of options, three separate game modes, lots of statistics and it's a universal app. Saves your game between plays and lets you listen to your own music. The easy levels are really easy, and the hard levels are really hard, but still fast enough to not be annoying.”
This free version of Morris gives a small taste of what's in the paid version.
- 9 Men's Morris, 11 Men's Morris and 12 Men's Morris
- 1 or 2 players
- 2 out of 10 difficulty levels
- 2 out of 10 piece sets
- 2 out of 10 boards
My 6yr old son and I bought this wooden game at a craft store but didn't have a clue how to play. We found this ap and installed the free version and it was so easy to understand. The ap shows you what moves you can make and even has a demonstration mode. We had a fantastic time learning to play and strategize. I don't know if we will even get the wooden game out to play anymore. This was a cot of fun.
Best in AppStore for sure
This game is very nicely developed, and must download for who don't know how to play. The pawns are nicely highlighted,showing what can be moved next.
Here is the stuff it puts the game class apart from other *free* similar titles available in AppStore :
1. Simple user interface
2. Nice instructions
3. No fly rule
4. Same game has 9,11,12 men just a tap away
5. No annoying sounds
6. No advertisements or bugging to buy full version
Cons of free game:
The only two available levels of AI are weak ,wish there were three levels(newcomer , novice , master/minion )
:( x 50
The computer/Morris is way too hard, plus you shouldn't be able to move 1 piece back and forth and keep removing pieces. Not impressed.
- Category: Games
- Released: Nov 18, 2010
- Version: 1.0.1
- Size: 8.7 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Continental Laboratories
- © 2010 Quantum Clockwork
Compatibility: Requires iOS 3.1.3 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.