- now you can play against the computer
English draughts (British English) or checkers (American English and Canadian English), also called American checkers, straight checkers or, in Israel, damka, is a form of the board game draughts.
Unlike international draughts, it is played on an eight-by-eight squared board (with sixty-four total squares) with twelve pieces on each side. The pieces move and capture diagonally.
They may only move forward until they reach the opposite end of the board, when they are "crowned" or "kinged" and may henceforth move and capture both backward and forward.
You can play it against the computer or another human player. You can play with friends on the same device or in 2 devices using Game Center / Internet.
- March 12, 2012 Initial release
- March 30, 2012 New version 1.3