"Homo Homini Lupus" Game.
For HELP click on the game field and press F1, or scroll down page.
Drag and drop to make your move, you also can drag the table if you want to see tail ends.
You are playing against 3 other computer players. Each one plays for himself only.
Initially all players have 6 bones and 4 bones remain in the heap. Your bones are at the bottom of the game field. The heap is at the right bottom corner.
First move is to the right and the one who has the least significant double bones, usually it's "zero-zero", but sometimes it happens that this least significant double remains in heap, so the next doublet "one-one" is the next to be used, and if this one is also in the heap, then the next double will be used, and so on. The computer automatically makes this first move, for you or any other player.
In the begining the game has 4 tail ends, starting from the first double, where other bones can be added. You can add one bone each turn, that matches the tail ending. Just drug and drop the bone of your choice to a desired tail ending.
If you have no bone to make your move, you can take one from the heap, to get one that can be used on your turn. If no more bones left in heap, you skip your turn.
Adding the double one has an alternative. One can close this tail by placing reversed double at the end or leave it open by placing it as usual. To place the reversed double press Shift while releasing mouse button after dragging.
Game ending occures under one of the
1. One of the players have no more bones at hand.
2. No more bones can be added to tails (tails closed, or ends with bones which are all already in game).
Main Goal to have as minimum points at hand
(sum of all points of your pieces left in your hand after game ending) as
possible. Your score will be counted by following formula:
YourScore =(AllPointsLeft In AllHands/4-points In YourHand)*100
So sum of all players scores remain equal to zero.
In addition to this the game calculates your balance for all your games you play.