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The king has offered command of his vast army to the Man (or Elf) who returns his missing Golden Statue. It's up to you to find it and win this grand prize, and maybe make some friends on the way.
A mixup of the Tower Defence with a dash of strategy. I wanted to create a tower defence game that didn't become stagnant, so each battle is short and sweet, and feels like a smaller part of the grande scheme of things, rather than wave after wave of repitition. The strategic placement of units is the key to victory!
This is a Chinese traditional mahjong game. A player wins the round by creating a standard mahjong hand which consists of a certain number of melds, namely four for 13-tile variations and five for 16-tile variations, and a pair. Playing Mahjong with Kristina, Cindy, Victoria, win the game and save your score.
Line up diamonds to make points and combos in this fast-paced blend of Rubik's Cube and Bejeweled. Rows and columns along a diamond can be shifted left, right, up, or down. Contiguous groups of blocks score points. At first, the game plays as a frantic arcade game to rack up points. Over time, blocks are removed, requiring the player to adapt with a more strategic approach.
Use Burney to burn it up, setting everything alight with only a minute to do it.
Mancala games play a role in many African and some Asian societies comparable to that of chess in the West. The word mancala comes from the Arabic word naqala meaning literally to move. Enjoy this cultured game!
The objective of this game is to collect as many gems in your mancala (the large cup on the Right) as possible. You and your opponent will take turns to move the gems, each time you want to move the gems, you need to pick up a cup on your side. And then you will take out all the gems in that cup and then distribute them to the next cups in the anti clockwise direction, one by one. If the last gem lands on your mancala, then you can pick another cup and move again. If the last gem lands on an empty cup on your side and the opposite cup has some gems in it, then you can capture all the gems in the two cups and put them into your mancala. The game ends when all the cups on your side or your opponent`s side are empty. The remaining gems on a player`s side will be counted as the gems of that player.
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