August 6, 2009 in Games (F)
[prMac.com] Amsterdam, Netherlands - Attagolo is a strategic battle board game played between two opponents. Choose a board size, e.g. 3x3, and play by placing a colored ball on a square. Once a square contains enough balls,.. they will explode off to the adjacent squares. Turning the balls in those squares into your color. Win by taking over your opponent. Easy to learn but tricky to beat the computer player.
Place balls tactically and explode your way to victory. Attagolo is a strategic board game you can play against the computer or a friend. The rules are simple, place balls on the board and score points by making explosions. The game ends when one of the players manages to blast all his opponents balls away. The one who scored most points is the winner.
* Play against a smart computer player, she will challenge you!
* Play with your favorite music in the background (iPod compatible).
* Stop and resume a game any time.
* Learn the basics in an instant by watching the computer play against her self.
How to play? You can place one ball each turn. If you continue placing balls in a cell, that cell will explode and the balls will fly to the neighboring cells. To get an explosion there must be enough balls in the cell to let one ball land in each neighboring cell. For example: in a corner cell you have to put two balls to create an explosion, as the corner cell has two neighbors.
If an exploded ball lands in a cell of the other player, all his balls in that cell will belong to you! By doing so you can score more points! Because if you control more balls, you will be able to make (bigger) chain reaction explosions. The tactic of the game is to identify attack and defense patterns. You can create those patterns by adding balls to a group of cells and by doing this with explosions you score points at the same time!
iPhone or iPod Touch 2.2.1 or later
Pricing and Availability:
Attagolo 1.0 for iPhone is only $0.99 (USD) and available exclusively through the App Store.
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