[FREE] Overboard - old board game on PC/Android

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    Hello friends!

    The game Přes palubu (->Overboard) was the Czechoslovak board game from 1984. It was one of the modification of Alex Randolph’s original model (Overboard, 1978). There are some differences in the last row, for example in captains or rules.

    The board game was almost forgotten after velvet revolution in 1989 in Czechoslovakia and it’s very difficult to get it today. The PC version of the game has revived the game and it allows the player to play against another opponent or against the computer.

    The goal of the game is to push all the opponent's stones from the 'overboard' area. In the case of the selected version B, the winner is player who has in the draw more stones in desktop area. Stones can only push the same or smaller number of enemy's stones out. The PC version also allows you to start a game with randomly mixed stones in any number.

    The detailed rules of the game in czech/english/german/french are available directly in the game.

    The game is controlled by the mouse and the keyboard’s arrows. On Android by virtual joystick.

    Android version:
    https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.zxretrosoft.prespalubu

    PC version:
    https://www.indiexpo.net/en/games/overboard

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