Find Your Words

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Find your words is a multi-player Word Search Puzzle game that brings the most fun when you play it in the same room with your friends. It is also known as word find, word seek, word sleuth or mystery word puzzle. It is a word game that consists of the letters of words placed in a grid. The objective of this puzzle is to find and mark all the words hidden. Each word may be placed horizontally, vertically, or diagonally. A list of the hidden words is provided.

To find a word touch the first letter of the word and drag towards the last letter of the word. Release your screen to submit the found word. If you are correct, you will earn a point and the word is crossed off for all the players. If you select a wrong word, you’ll get a time-out penalty and one point is subtracted from your score.

To find a word touch the first letter of the word and drag towards / touch the last letter of the word. Release your screen and click on the submit button to send the found word. If you are correct, you will earn a point and the word is crossed off for all the players. If you select a wrong word, you’ll get a time-out penalty and one point is subtracted from your score.

As this is a multi-player game, other players also try to find the words. Every word they find, is highlighted in their own color. You cannot submit a word that has been submitted by someone else.

When all words have been found, the game ends. The person with the highest score, wins the game.

When joining a game, you can select your team (1 or 2). If a minimum of two players have joined both teams, the points are added to the total score of the team. If all players are in one team only, the points are given to each individial player.

Battle Of Sudoku

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Do you love Sudoku and want to play against a friend? Battle Of Sudoku is a multiplayer version of the puzzle game of Sudoku that you play against other players or a team. The primary objective is to fill a 9×9 grid with digits so that each column, each row, and each of the nine 3×3 subgrids (also called “boxes”, “blocks”, or “regions”) contain all of the digits from 1 to 9. Before you start a new puzzle, you can set the difficulty level in the game options to a number between 1-6. One is the easiest and six is the hardest level. The level is used to place some numbers on the sudoku-grid which all players must solve at the same time.

When the game starts, every player is shown the exact same puzzle which they need to solve. There are two modes in which you can play. The mode is configured in the game options and is called: “Show the correct numbers of your opponent”. This option means that every number that is added to the solution is shown on the screen of every player. Each correct number earns you points and you are not allowed to place the same number that was placed by another player. This means you must be the first one to have a number correct in order to earn the points.
When this option is disabled, no-one sees the correct numbers from other players in their grid thus allowing the same numbers to be used to for players to earn points with.

Time-outs
When a player places a number in the puzzle that is not correct, this player receives a time-out. He / she is not able to execute any action whilst the other players can still place their numbers. The length of the time-out can be configured in the game options. The default is set to 30 seconds.

Points
Whenever you have placed a number correctly you will earn points. The amount of points you can earn is based on the level of the puzzle you have selected. How higher the level, the more points you can earn for each correct number. However, if you place an incorrect number, you will lose points. The amount of points is half the amount of points you can earn when having it correctly.

Winning the game
The game ends when the puzzle has been solved and all numbers are filled within the grid correctly. The person that has earned the most points, wins the game. If you have disabled the option to view the correct numbers of other players, the game ends when ONE player has found the solution. Note that this does not give any extra points to that player, so other players are still able to win the game when they made lesser mistakes than person that solved it.

Teamplay vs Individual play
This game has a special teamplay option that allows two teams to compete against eachother. When joining a game, you can select your team (1 or 2). If a minimum of two players have joined one of the two teams they are part of that team. When playing in team each point you win is added to the total score of that team. Also the notes and filled colors are shared between all team members. This allows for specific co-op solving techniques to complete the puzzle as a team.

Tools for solving
Under the puzzle, a toolbar is available that you can use to solve the puzzle and add personal hints and clues within the puzzle grid. These tools are as follows:

-Pen Tool
The pen tool is activated by clicking on the pen icon. If it is enabled, the pen-icon lits up and enables the pen/notes-mode. Select the number you want to use for making notes and click on an empty square in the puzzle grid. A mini-number is added to that square. If you select another number and click on the same square, also the other number is added to the same square. If you use a small-number that is already shown in that square, it will be removed from that square.

-Fill Mode
The paint-button icon is used to enable fill-mode. When this button is clicked, the fill mode is enabled when clicking on a square in the puzzle. You can click on any square (also the solved ones) to change the background color of the square.

Pesten With Cards

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Pesten With Cards is a classic Dutch card game that litteraly means Bullying With Cards. Other countries play similair games like Mau-Mau, Crazy Eights, Shedding, Puque, Чешский Дурак, Фараон, Крокодил, Tschau Sepp or Uno. The goal of the game is to be first to get rid of all of one’s cards. The winner will have to say “Last Card” before playing its winning card. If you forget to say “Last Card” when playing your winning card you must picks two cards as a penalty.

The game can be played with multiple decks of cards that also include the jokers. Each player is dealt 7 cards and the rest are placed face down as the stock or stack. At the beginning of the game the topmost card is revealed and placed face up on the table. Then the players take it in turns (clockwise) to play their cards. Note that if a “Pest-card” is shown at the start, it must be executed as if the dealer has played this card.

When it’s your turn, you must play one of your cards by sliding it to the pile. You can only play a card that has the same number, or has the same suit of the card on the pile. Exception to these are the Jokers and Jacks, which can be placed on every card. If you are not able to play any card from you hand, you must pick a card from the stock that will be added to your cards on hand. If this card would fit on the pile, you are asked if you want to play it immediately, or keep it on hand.

-Last card
When you have played a card and you only have one card left, it is required to say: “Last Card” by clicking on the “Last Card” button above your cards. This will inform everyone that you only have one card left. If you forget to say it, and actually play your last card to win the game, you will get a penalty of two cards from the stock and your last card will not be played. Also if you say “Last Card” incorrectly, you will also get a penalty of two cards. Note that you can always press the “Last Card”-button even when it’s not your turn, to make sure that you are able to say it before you play your last card.

If you are able to play your last card on the pile, you win the round. However your last card may not be one of the special cards (see below, which cards have a special meaning).

-Special Cards
Every time a card is placed on the pile, it is determined if this card is a special card. The number or type of the card determines the action that must be performed. In the Netherlands, there are a lot of variations of the actions that are performed when playing a card thus you are able to configure these in the game options, so make sure to set these in the same way you are used. The following actions are available:

  • Joker
    The next player must pick 5 cards from the stack. If that player has a joker in hand, it can also play that joker, after which the player after that must pick 10 cards from the stack. Each played joker adds 5 cards to be picked. If you need to pick cards, you are not allowed to play any of them, and the next player must play.
  • Two
    The next player must pick 2 cards from the stack. If that player has a 2 in hand, it can also play that 2, after which the player after that must pick 4 cards from the stack. Each played two adds 2 cards to be picked. If enabled in the options, it is also possible to play a joker on a two, adding 5 cards to be picked. It is not possible to play a two on a joker. If you need to pick cards, you are not allowed to play any of them, and the next player must play.
  • Seven
    You must play another card on this again. Don’t forget to say “Last card”, if you play a seven and you can also play your last card. If you are not able to play a card on the seven, you must then pick a card from the stack.
  • Eight
    The next player skips a turn and the player after that can play now. When you are playing this card with two players, this means you can play another card again. (Similair to Seven).
  • Ten
    Everyone must give one of their cards from their hand, to the left player. Click on the card you want to give, and when everyone has selected their card, the cards are exchanged.
  • Jack
    A jack can always be played and it isn’t required to match the suit of the jack with the suit of the pile card. When you play a jack, you can decide what the suit must be. The next player must then play a card in that suit (or a another Jack or Joker).
  • King / Ace
    The order of playing is reversed meaning that the turns are now counter-clockwise instead of clockwise. If the order was already counter-clockwise, it returns back to clockwise. The order of play, does not affect the Ten card. Cards are always given to the left player. Note that Ace and King are both mentioned here, as different variations use both. Thus make sure that in the options, only one of them is selected. The default setting used is Ace and the King does nothing. When you are playing this card with two players you can play another card again. (Similair to Seven).

Extra Rules
Pesten also has extra rules not related to specific cards. These extra rules can also be enabled / disabled in the game options. Make sure you select your preferred rules before starting the game. These rules are:

  • Jokers on two’s
    If a two is played, you can put a joker on it to add 5, to the pick-count. Enabled by default.
  • Reverse card on jokers on two’s
    When you must pick cards (joker or two), you can play a reverse card (king / ace) so that the previous player must pick the cards instead. That player can play a two or joker or reverse it again. Disabled by default.
  • Immediately play a picked card
    If you cannot play a card, you must pick a card from the stock. When this new card would fit the pile, it can be played immediately. Enabled by default.
  • Play after penalty pick
    If you pick penalty cards (joker or two), you can play a card after you’ve picked them. Disabled by default.
  • Cannot win with special card
    The last card you play cannot be a special card. Enabled by default.

Are You A Math Genius?

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Are You a Math Genius is a multiplayer game that brings the most fun when you play it in the same room with your friends. The goal of the game is to be the fatest in solving a math question. Each round a new math equation is shown and you need to answer the correct answer before the timer runs out. Every equation can use the operators: ÷, ×, + and -. Note that the normal math order rules apply, meaning that × and ÷ are executed before + and -. Note that the correct answer is always a positive whole number, so no decimals are required.

Under the game options, you can select the math difficulty level. There are 7 levels, where 1 is the easiest. The level number determines the number of operators used, and the maximum value that a number can get. Each person that has the correct answer will earn points. The fastest person wins the most points. Depending on the level and seconds you select for each round, the more points can be earned. When all rounds are played, the person or team with the most points wins the game!

When joining a game, you can select your team (1 or 2). If a minimum of two players have joined both teams, the points are added to the total score of the team. If all players are in one team only, the points are given to each individial player.

Bingo With Friends

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Bingo With Friends is a multiplayer game that brings the most fun when you play it in the same room with your friends. The goal of the game is to select the shown number on your bingo card. If have a full line (horizontal, vertical or diagonal) you win the round.

Your bingo card shows a selection of random numbers between 1 and 75 and every number on the card can be clicked. In the game options you can configure if you can select earlier shown numbers or only the last number. If you click on a number that was not shown, you will get a time-penalty. This means that you have to wait a certain amount of seconds before you are allowed to click again.

The first player that makes a full line wins the round and gets one point. All players receive a new bingo card, and the round begins again.

When joining a game, you can select your team (1 or 2). If a minimum of two players have joined both teams, the points are added to the total score of the team. If all players are in one team only, the points are given to each individial player. When playing in teams, when someone from a team wins the round, the point is given to everyone in the same team.

Jewel Battle Room

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Jewel Battle Room is a multiplayer game that brings the most fun when you play it in the same room with your friends. The goal of the game is to swipe jewels to connect the same ones together. You can swap two adjacent jewels, by swiping over them. If you connect more then 3 together, you will earn points. The more jewels you connect at the same time, the more points you will earn. All connected jewels are removed and fall down.

In the game options, you can enable Power Ups. These are hidden under a jewel and gives you a special option when you find them.
You can find the following power-ups:
-Extra Turn
-Bonus Points
-Remove Color

Under game options in the waiting room you can set the amount of points you need to earn to win the game.

When joining a game, you can select your team (1 or 2). If a minimum of two players have joined both teams, the points are added to the total score of the team. If all players are in one team only, the points are given to each individial player.

Zombies vs Human

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Zombies vs Human is a multiplayer game that brings the most fun when you play it in the same room with your friends. The goal of the game is eat all the food while escaping the chasing zombies in the dungeon. When the games starts, the human must make the first move. He/she clicks on the arrow to which the human must walk. The human makes its steps and then the zombies can make their move. Each player clicks on the direction to wich they want their zombie to move to. Note that the human is invisible on the screens of all zombie players.

Earning Points
The human can earn points by eating the food in the dungeon. Every time the food has been taken, the human earns 1 point. However, the food-tile is higlighted on the screen of the zombie-players, so they all know where he/she is!

This means that the zombies will start hunting the human! If a zombie is able to capture
the human, that player receives ALL the points from the human! All zombies and the player will warp to a random location on the board, and the chase can continue.

End of game
The game ends, when there are 3 pieces of food left on the board. The person with the most points wins the game.

Power-Ups
In the game options, you can enable Power Ups. These are hidden on the map which give you a special option if you walk on it. When a power-up has been found, you can play them after all zombies /human have been moved.

You can find the following power-ups:
-Extra Turn
This gives the zombie / human an extra turn and means you make another step.

-Remove Food
Remove a food item from the board by clicking on it.

-Warp to different location
Jump to any location on the board. If you are human, you can jump directly on a food spot!

Know Your Friends

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Know Your Friends is a multiplayer game for a minimum of three players that allows you to learn interestng things about your friends. The goal of the game is to guess which friend has given a certain answer to a question that tells more about this person.

Each round starts with a question that everyone should answer as honestly as possible. Then one answer is revealed to everyone and you can choose the person you think has given that answer.

If your answer was selected, you must guess which person has guessed that the answer reveiled was yours.

Whenever you make a correct guess, you are rewarded 1 point. In some rare cases it can happen that multiple people, give the same answer to the same question. If you select any of those persons you are awarded one point, even if the game selected the other player.

When joining a game, you can select your team (1 or 2). If a minimum of two players have joined both teams, the points are added to the total score of the team. If all players are in one team only, the points are given to each individial player.

Drop Your Lines

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Drop Your Lines is a multiplayer game that brings the most fun when you play it in
the same room with your friends. The goal of the game is to form horizontal, vertical
or diagonal lines by placing a dot on the board. Every dot you place will fall to the bottom
of the board, and is placed on the first free cell it finds. When a dot is placed you can earn points if the length of all the dots in that line are equal or longer than 4. (This amount can be changed in the game options). The dots are removed from the board, and you may place another dot. All dots will fall down closing all the gaps that were created by the removal of the line. If you did not make a line, the other player can then place their dot.

Earning Points
For each line you complete, you’ll earn at least 1 point per dot in that line. However if you make a line, that is longer than the minimum line length (4), you’ll earn 1 extra point per extra dot. E.g. if in the game options you’ve configured a minimum line length of 4 and you create a line of 5 dots, you will earn 4 + 2 = 6 points. With 6 dots this would be 4 + 2 + 2 = 8 points.

Power-Ups
In the game options, you can enable Power Ups. These are hidden dots, that give you a special option when you find them. When a power-up has been found, you immidiately need to play it. You can find the following power-ups:

-Extra Turn
This gives you an extra turn and means you immediately can place another dot.

-Remove Dot
This allows you to remove any dot from the board, and make it available for playing. Note that after the removal of the dot, the other player can place their dot. You can also remove your own dots on a location that has been removed.

-Remove Line
This allows you to remove any line from the board, and make it available for playing. If you select a piece that crosses multiple lines (horizontal, vertical and diagonal), ALL these lines will be removed. Note that after the removal of the line, the other player can place their dot. You can also remove your lines or a line that has already been removed.

Teamplay vs Individual play
When joining a game, you can select your team (1 or 2). If a minimum of two players have joined both teams, the points are added to the total score of the team. Also you will place dots in the team-color and which you can use to form lines for the whole team.

If all players are in one team only, the points are given to each individial player and the dots you play, will have your own icon.

Connect The Dots

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Connect The Dots is a multiplayer game that brings the most fun when you play it in the same room with your friends. The goal of the game is to form horizontal, vertical or diagonal lines by placing a dot on the board. When a dot is placed you can earn points if the length of all the dots in that line are equal or longer than 4. (This amount can be changed in the game options). The dots are removed from the board, and you may place another dot. If you did not make a line, the other player can then place their dot.

Earning Points
For each line you complete, you’ll earn at least 1 point per dot in that line. However if you make a line, that is longer than the minimum line length (4), you’ll earn 1 extra point per extra dot. E.g. if in the game options you’ve configured a minimum line length of 4 and you create a line of 5 dots, you will earn 4 + 2 = 6 points. With 6 dots this would be 4 + 2 + 2 = 8 points.

Power-Ups
In the game options, you can enable Power Ups. These are hidden dots, that give you a special option when you find them. When a power-up has been found, you immidiately need to play it. You can find the following power-ups:

-Extra Turn
This gives you an extra turn and means you immediately can place another dot.

-Remove Dot
This allows you to remove any dot from the board, and make it available for playing. Note that after the removal of the dot, the other player can place their dot. You can also remove your own dots on a location that has been removed.

-Remove Line
This allows you to remove any line from the board, and make it available for playing. If you select a piece that crosses multiple lines (horizontal, vertical and diagonal), ALL these lines will be removed. Note that after the removal of the line, the other player can place their dot. You can also remove your lines or a line that has already been removed.

Teamplay vs Individual play
When joining a game, you can select your team (1 or 2). If a minimum of two players have joined both teams, the points are added to the total score of the team. Also you will place dots in the team-color and which you can use to form lines for the whole team.

If all players are in one team only, the points are given to each individial player and the dots you play, will have your own icon.