Multi-Player Game: Armada  

Posted by kreai in

The purpose of this game is to change all your opponent's ship to your color. If you are playing the black ship, you would want the board to have as many black ship as possible.

There are only 3 things you need to know.

1. Finding which color ship you are playing.
You will know which ship you are playing when you click on the ship. If it's highlighted, that would be the color you are playing. How do you do that? By moving your ship near to your opponent ship and hopefully change it's color.

2. There are 2 types of move.

a. One step at a time move.
This means that you move one step at a time. It's slow but it increases your ship.

b. Jump move.
Click one of your ship and click a square two squares away. This will move your ship to the new square but it will also leave the square you move empty.

Moving one space creates a new piece.
Moving two space just moves the piece to a new place.

3. Changing your opponent's ship to your ship's color.

When you move a ship next to your opponent, you are able to change the color of the ship adjacent to the one you have just moved.

See how the ships in the squares surrounding the new ship are now all of the same color.

That's it. Now, you just need to know where to move to change your opponent ships to your color. And whoever has the most ships when TNT change your opponent for that week, wins.

A few things to take note:
1. If it's possible, it's best to move one space rather than two. Jumping often leaves an inviting space for your opponent to move into.

2. If you decide to jump, jump with a piece that's near the edge if possible. This is because the square you leave behind will have less of your pieces that your opponent can change. (You will understand once your start playing the game.)

3. Just because you are ahead of your opponent doesn't mean you may be winning. You opponent can still come back and win if he makes a right move.

One last thing. This bar will show you and your opponent's score.

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