Goat and Tiger game is a traditional game that is played in south India. It is locally called "Aadu Puli Aattam". It is a strategic game in which one player controls a group of three tigers and the other player controls up to 15 goats. The tigers hunt the goats while the goats attempt to block the tigers' movements. The game ends when either all goats are killed by the tigers or all tigers' movements are blocked by the goats. This game goes to prove that "Union is strength".At the beginning of the game, one tiger is placed on the apex and the other two on the intersections closest to the apex. The initial placement is fixed. The player who controls the goats places a goat on one of the free intersections. The player who controls the tigers then moves one of the tigers. The same process repeats until all 15 goats have been placed on the board. From then on, both players move their pieces alternately until the game gets over.Rules for tigers: They can start hunting goats any moment after the game has started They can hunt only one goat at a time A tiger can jump over a goat to an adjacent intersection that is free along the lines A tiger cannot jump over another tiger Rules for goats:Only after all 15 have been placed on the board, can they start moving They must leave the board once they are captured They cannot jump over tigers or goats Guidelines: Each tiger is represented by a red circle. Each goat is represented by a green circle Each free intersection is represented by an empty circle Placement of a goat is done by just touching the free intersection Movement of a tiger or goat is done by touching the source point with your finger, dragging it up to the destination point and releasing it from thereRecent changes:Enhanced game engineUpdated user interfaceAdded advertisement sectionContent rating: Low Maturity
What's new in version 1.2
Enhanced game engineUpdated user interfaceAdded advertisement section
ReleaseJuly 1, 2015
Date AddedJuly 1, 2015
Additional RequirementsCompatible with 2.3.3 and above.