Pages

 Follow in Twitter Follow in Facebook Seguime Follow in Pinterest Follow in LinkedIn Follow in  Google+ Follow in  Stumbleupon Seguime Follow in Instagram Seguime Follow in FlickR Subscribe the feed
Return to Castle Wolfenstein, games, Linux 3d chess, games, Linux savage, games, Linux, Lemmingball z, teeworlds, waterstom Alien, Swarm, action, games, Linux Toribash, games, Linux adamant armor, toribash, world of goo, alien swarm world of goo, games, Linux enemy territory, game, Linux Tales of Monkey Island, serious sam, games, Linux Tales of Monkey Island, quake III, Arena, games, Linux

Thursday, February 20, 2014

JumpingCube is a simple dice driven tactical game.

KJumpingcube is a simple dice driven tactical game. The playing area consists of squares containing points. Players move by clicking on either a vacant square, or on own square.

Objective: Conquer all the squares on the game board to win the round.

KJumpingcube loads directly into the game mode, so you can start playing right away.

You move by clicking on a vacant square or the one you already own. If you click on a vacant square, you gain an ownership over it and square’s color changes to your playing color.

Each time you click on a square, the value of the square increases by one. If square's value reaches maximum (the maximum value any square can reach is six points), its points are distributed amongst the square’s immediate neighbors (the points ‘jump’ around).

If a neighboring square happens to be owned by the other player, it gets taken over together with all of its points and changes color to your playing color.

kjumpingcube

Example: If a square in the centre reaches five points, four of its points go to its four neighbors leaving the source square with a single point. It is possible for a cascade of automatic moves to occur if the neighboring squares also reach a maximum due to the points’ distribution.

Note: Large parts of the playing area can change hands very rapidly.

The winner is the player who ends up owning all the squares on the board.

Screenshots.

kjumpingcube01

kjumpingcube02

kjumpingcube03

If you liked this article, subscribe to the feed by clicking the image below to keep informed about new contents of the blog:

Recent Post