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is an exciting gaming platform where you can find a variety of new and classic single-player card, board, and dice games. All of our titles are free to play and offer HD graphics combined with engaging gameplay, offering hours of countless entertainment. Our goal is to create games that people love of the highest quality. Our collection of tabletop games is the perfect introduction for a new player to a variety of different categories and traditions, built over thousands of years across the world. Single-player games are the perfect way to play at your own pace. You have the complete freedom of experimenting with different strategies and playstyles against our competitive AI. Take your time to learn the rules of your favorite games and put your knowledge to practice!

Yatze

Roll the dice in one of the most exciting games out there! Each turn you roll five dice. You have the possibility to choose which of them to reroll or keep. This can be repeated up to two times per turn. Plan ahead, make your decisions carefully and try to score as many points as possible! Controls: Mouse left click or tapping on your touchscreen. Game rules: You’re presented with a sheet with combinations that you must fill after each turn. A turn consists of throwing 5 dice a total of 3 times. After each throw you can pick the dice you want to keep. The remaining will be rerolled. When you’re satisfied with your combination or you exhaust your throws in the turn you must fill in one of the fields in the sheet. The game ends with the first player filling his sheet ends his turn. Tip and tricks: Try to roll for the more complicated combinations at first. Try not to change your preferred combination during your turn. Fill lower rolls first if you don’t get a good combination.

Hearts

A classic trick-taking card game, Hearts mixes things up by having the unique feature of being an evasion-type game. The objective of the game is to try and avoid taking tricks, as well as some penalty cards, namely Hearts and the Queen of Spades. To win, score the minimum penalty points as possible. Controls: Mouse only Game Rules: Hearts is a game where you must actively avoid taking tricks that contain either hearts or the queen of spades. The pack consists of 52 cards, dealt 13 per player. Every player plays for himself and tries to score as few points as possible. Each heart taken yields 1 point, while taking the queen of spades will increase your score by 13. If a player takes all 13 hearts and the queen of spades, he “shoots the moon” and instead of gaining 26 points, he either reduces his score by 26 or increases the opponents’ scores by 26 (depending on the pre-picked rule). Hearts can not lead and can not be thrown if you have a suit that is requested. You can lead with hearts only if a heart was played in a previous trick. The game ends when a predefined score is reached or when the predefined round limit it reached. Tips and tricks: If you absolutely have to take the trick, do it with your strongest card. Try to clear all colors you have a few, so that you can throw hearts when they are called.

4 in a Row

Also known as Connect Four, 4 in a Row is one of the most popular connection-based games. Choose your color and take turns dropping a disc in an attempt to win by forming a line of four checkers either horizontally, vertically, or diagonally. Controls: Mouse left click or tapping on your touchscreen. Game Rules: Players take turns of dropping a single piece. The goal is to be the first player to make 4 pieces in a row in any direction - horizontal, vertical and diagonal. The winner is the first person to connect 4 pieces. The game ends when the score limit is reached. Tip and tricks: Try to plan ahead and actively prevent the opponent from connecting his pieces. Try to set up a situation where you have 2 possible winning connections - this is best done in a vertical and diagonal direction. Prioritise connecting your pieces instead of blocking your opponent.

Crazy 8

Looking for a game where the only requirement is to be quick-witted? In that case, Crazy 8, a shedding-type card game, is the perfect fit for you! In this card game adventure of decision-making and intelligence, you will experience exciting and quick gameplay. The winning condition is to be the first player to discard all cards. Controls: Mouse left click or tapping on your touchscreen. Game Rules: Players take turns throwing a response card to the face-up card in the middle. Every player must try to either match the color or the suit of the public card. If a player can not answer, he must draw a card from the pile. Several cards are considered wild and have special behavior such as: 8 - allows the player to change the suit. Queen - the next player skips his turn. Ace - reverses the flow of the game. 2 - force the next player to draw 2 cards unless he has a 2 of his own. When played, the next player (3rd) will have to draw 4 cards. When the draw deck ends, the discard deck is reshuffled and becomes the new draw deck. When a player has only 2 cards left, he must call it (1 remaining) before playing the second to last card. If a player fails to do so, he is required to draw 2 cards. The game ends when a player has no more cards left and a score limit is reached. Tips and tricks: An 8 can be played on top of any suit, so save your 8th to get out of a sticky situation. If you have a 2, keep it to either respond to a 2 or try to force the player next to you to draw if he has less than 3 cards remaining. If someone else changes the suit, try to play the same rank but different suit as soon as possible to mess up his strategy.

Ludo

A classic board game that has risen to popularity again in recent years, Ludo offers an unmatched experience. While the game shines in a social setting, our single-player version offers you a way to relax and enjoy gameplay that is simple, yet engaging. Take all four of your tokens to the “Finish” area of the board to be the winner. Controls: Mouse left click or tapping on your touchscreen. Game Rules: Players take turns to throw a die and move their pawns further based on the score of the die. You must throw a 6 in order to get a pawn to the playing field. After every 6, the player rolls again. Pawns can only move forward. Pawns from opposing teams can not stand on the same square (unless it’s protected square) and when a new pawn enters it, it “hits” any pawns sitting on that square. When a pawn is hit, it is moved back to the starting position and the player has to throw a 6 to get it out on the field again. There are 2 special types of squares on the board - protection square, preventing your pawn from getting hit, and a “roll” square - when landed on, the player that owns the pawn rolls another die. The goal of the game is to be the first person to take all his pawns to the finish line. The first person to do so is considered the winner. Tips and tricks: Try to hit as much as possible and move with one pawn while it’s safe. Try to get a pawn out every time you roll a 6.

Backgammon

Perhaps the oldest board game ever, Backgammon is suited to young and elderly players alike. While seemingly simple in nature, there are countless nuances that offer interesting strategies and ways to show your creativity. The main aim of the game is to move all of your checkers to the home board by throwing dice, then bear them all from the board. Controls: Mouse left click or tapping on your touchscreen. Game Rules: At the beginning of the game, both players throw a die and the higher number goes first. The goal of the game is to get all your pieces to your home field. When all your pieces are in your home field, you can start taking them out. To take out a piece you have to throw the exact number on the dice like the position of the piece. When a piece is alone in a triangle, the opponent can “hit” it by moving his piece on top of it. This puts the piece outside the board and the player has to roll to get it from the opponent’s side of the board. If a player rolls doubles, he moves his pieces a total of 4 times to the dice thrown. The first player to bear all his pieces is the winner of the match and is scored based on the value of the doubling cube and whether the opponent has started taking his pieces outside the board as well. The game ends when an end score is reached. Tips and tricks: Try to keep your pieces covered in sets of 2 at all times. Try to fill your home board with sets of 2 to block the opponent’s piece from entering. Try to hit an opponent’s piece if it is close to the opponents’ home area.