Simpliro is a game of skill, tactic and chance between two players, hitting disc shaped pieces on a board.
The aim of the game is to knock out all of the opponent's pieces, or to capture all of the control zones.
Players take turns consisting of a number of moves. Each move is made from a drawn card from a 48 card deck, which is shuffled at the start of each game.
There are four types of board pieces in the full game (two in this trial), each with its own characteristics. All pieces are potentially important during a game, though the queen should be taken extra care of, as when it is lost, no new pieces can be placed by its owner.
Play matches or single games, against another human or the computer.
A single game usually takes a few minutes to play, depending on the board.
A good way to learn how to play is to watch the computer play against itself on the different levels and boards. It can provide some useful game tactics (and insights on how to beat the AI).
This free trial has no time limit but are missing some features:
2 boards only (the full game has 10 boards as well as randomly generated boards)
Two types of board pieces (four in the full game)
Only single games can be played (quick and full matches are available in the full version)
The computer player has one AI level only (three levels in the full version)
Both the trial and the full game are ad-free.
The first time the game starts it will take a few moments to generate the data needed.
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