Choose whether you wish to play against Kindle with up to ten levels of difficulty, or against a friend with Pass ‘n’ Play mode. You can customize the game with a variety of gameplay options including “Forced Jump” mode, which requires you to jump if you can, and a “Relaxed” mode which does not force you to make a jump. In addition, “Tournament” mode offers a different challenge by randomizing the first three starting moves, leaving you with a different game every time.
The object of Checkers is to jump over and capture all of your opponent’s pieces before you lose all of your own, or to put your opponent in a position where there are no legal moves available.
Checkers allows you play against Kindle at one of eight difficulty levels, or play with a friend with a Pass ‘n’ Play mode. You can save your game at any point, and then continue at a later time. Checkers also includes a practice mode that lets you set up the starting board any way you like.
In Chess you go head-to-head in a bid to capture your opponent’s King. Play against Kindle or challenge a friend with Pass ‘N Play mode. Choose between 10 levels of difficulty and choose whether you want to play with an optional time limit to increase the challenge. You can also take back a move if you have made a mistake, as well as save your game at any time.
In Mahjong Solitaire, you match pairs of identical tiles in order to remove them from the board. Only free tiles can be matched. Tiles are considered free if they do not have other tiles to either the left or right of them, or on top of them. The objective of the game is to clear all the tiles from the board. The game ends when all tiles have been removed or when there are no more free tiles left to match.
You can play against your Kindle or with a combination of up to 3 friends with Pass ‘N Play multiplayer. Choose between 3 different difficulty levels for your opponents – Easy, Medium, and Hard. You can even customize your house rules to change how Free Parking, Taxes, Get Out of Jail and other rules work within your game.
Featuring all the classic properties like Park Place and Boardwalk, you can buy, sell, and build houses and hotels all around the MONOPOLY board.
The objective of the game is to fully clear the board by jumping pegs over each other, removing “jumped” pegs, until only one peg is left. To complete a perfect board you must land the last peg in a specific highlighted square. On most boards only horizontal and vertical moves are allowed; however, on triangular boards pegs may jump horizontally, vertically, and diagonally.
The rules of Reversi Deluxe are simple. Your goal is to have more pieces of your color on the board than your opponent does. Players lay pieces on the board so they trap one or more of the opposing player’s pieces. Opponent’s pieces that are trapped turn into your color. Players take turns until the board is full or there are no remaining moves.
The objective of this board game is to fill an 8×8 grid with stones of your color by outwitting your opponent and flipping his stones to your color. To flip the stones to your color, trap one or more of your opponent’s pieces between two of yours. Keep an eye out for the best move available, in any direction – horizontally, vertically, or diagonally. But be careful, as the situation can flip back on you at any time!
The objective of Slingo is to accumulate the highest number of points. Spin and match the reel numbers to the numbers on the 5×5 card, trying to cover all the numbers in 20 spins or less. Earn a “Slingo” and huge bonus points when you match 5 numbers in a row. Slingos can be horizontal, vertical or diagonal.
In addition to number matches, players can earn special reel icons. The joker can match any number in the column, coins earn bonus points, and free spins will save you points. But watch out for the devil, who takes half your score…
The rules of the game are simple. Roll a die and advance your marker on the 100-square board. Landing on a ladder allows you to climb more quickly, but try not to land on the snakes which cause you to slide right back down! The winner is the first player to reach the 100th square. You can play against Kindle, or with up to four people in Pass ‘n’ Play mode.
Similar to the pen-and-paper experience from the school days, choose your Xs or Os and try to line up three in a row. “Pass and Play” allows you to play against a friend, or choose to play against Kindle with three different difficulty levels. Game statistics allow you to keep track of high scores for each difficulty level.
Said to be 1000 years older than chess, Backgammon is one of the oldest board games known. Gameplay involves a combination of strategy, probability and luck, with you and Kindle taking turns rolling two dice, while moving your pieces in opposite directions and eventually off the board. Each move offers opportunities to hit opponent’s checkers or block fields. Like all good games, the rules themselves are easy to learn and the game comes with full built-in instructions.