|Author:||Sam Clippinger <samc (at) lookandfeel (dot) com>|
|Copyright:||©2002 lookandfeel new media|
|Current version:||126.96.36.199||Archived versions:||All versions||Documentation:||Change Log|
Othello is very easy to play. The board is a square grid of any size. The two players' pieces are black or white. Each player must place a piece on the board adjacent to one of his opponent's pieces so that another of his own pieces is on the other side of his opponent's piece(s). In other words, the opponent's piece(s) should be "sandwiched" between the player's pieces. When that occurs, all such "sandwiched" pieces are changed to the player's color.
The game ends when one player cannot make a legal move. The winner is the player with the most pieces on the board.
This version allows the user to play the computer, another human or watch the computer play itself. The computer players have four levels of "intelligence", each with different styles of play:
This project is mirrored from freesoftware.lookandfeel.com.