UniUni

Posted in iPhone Game on March 7, 2010 by hohsoft




Uni is a spiny, globular animal that lives on the ocean floor. Same color of Uni like to stick together. You must help them by moving 3 or more color of Uni together.


UniUni is an interesting puzzle game. It is easy to play but you only get high score if you use your brain.

How to play:
(1) Move an Uni to connect 3 or more Uni together.
(2) Move 4 Uni together to clear a row or column
(3) Move 5 Uni together to clear all same color Uni

Features:
(1) 3 Difficulties (in Full Version): Easy, Normal, Hard
(2) 20 levels
(3) Global ranking

Screenshots:


Special Thanks:
graphics designed by KnowYourRight$

FaceBook Fans Page:
http://www.facebook.com/pages/UniUni/372538499156

Aeroplane Chess

Posted in iPhone Game on July 25, 2009 by hohsoft

Aeroplane Chess is a popular board game very similar to Ludo. It is simple game for friends to enjoy together. This game supports 1-4 players. You need both strategy and luck to win.




Game Instructions
  • 4 players, taking turns to throw the die.

  • When it is the player’s turn, throw the die. If the die shows an even number, the player can move one of his airplane piece to the starting point. Pieces at the starting point and in the playing field may be moved upon all the die’s rolled value.

  • When a 6 is rolled, the player may, after finishing the movement of pieces, throw the die another time. However, if 6 is rolled three times in a row (including the first 6), the picece which is closest to final space moves back to hangar.

  • Pieces of the same colour may be stacked together.

  • If a piece is moved to a space of its own colour (with the exception of the final space just before entering the home zone), it is jumped four spaces in front to the next space of its own colour.

  • If a piece is moved to a space of its own colour that indicates an arrow, the piece is moved along the arrow to its destination. It is also moved four spaces in front to the next space of its own colour, as per the previous jumping rule; if the piece is moved to the arrow space as a result of the previous jumping rule, then there is no need to move four spaces after the piece is moved along the arrow to its destination.

  • If a player’s piece is moved to a space containing an opposing player’s piece, the opposing player’s piece is moved back to the hangar and to be started from there again.

  • Pieces not able to rest in the final space are required to backtrack as per the die’s value if it is too big.

  • If a player’s pieces are resting on the home zone’s space that has a dotted line across it, they are at risk of being sent back to the hangar if the opposing player’s piece manage to fly across the space via their arrow.

  • Once a piece reaches the final space exactly, it is moved back to the hangar to indicate that it has completed its journey.

  • The fastest player to have all his four pieces finishing their journey is the winner.
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