TilingKing Game 1.0

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TilingKing is a strategy game of territorial control much liike the game of Go, in which the objective is to control a larger territory on a tiled game board than your opponent.

Software information
Platform:
Windows 7/Vista/XP/2000/95/98
Publisher:
Brian DiLoreto
Price:
Freeware
File size:
2.94 Mb
Date added:
November 4, 2007
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Description from the Publisher
TilingKing is a strategy game of territorial control which combines characteristics of the game of Go, in which the objective is to control a larger territory on a tiled game board than your opponent, and the "connection" games, in which the goal is to form a fully-connected chain of pieces linking opposite sides of a tiled board. It is most similar to the games like *Star and Cathedral in its game play.
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