The board game, Club Backgammon was released in 1988 by California Dreams.
The game features a top-down perspective and is an online upgrade of the classic
board game. Similar to a board game, Club Backgammon can be played by two humans.
Also, the player can play the game against AI or a computer. While playing against
the system, the player can choose from the three difficulty modes: easy,
intermediate, and difficult. Moreover, you can even become a viewer and watch two
AI-controlled players compete with each other.
The rules followed by Club Backgammon are similar to that of a classic board game.
The player uses the cursor to click on the board and move pieces on the board or
throw the dice. The game features some additional options for customization.
The player can edit the colors of the dice, pieces, and board, and control the
speed. Also, the player can turn on the feature of manual roll, wherein he can
enter his value of dices.
In the strategic board game Club Backgammon, the player can view an evaluation
of the position of the player. This shows the count of points he is away from
bearing off. It also depicts the evaluation of the player’s moves and the number
of moves he can make. The player can have a practice menu where he is allowed to
edit the board by moving the pieces in any position.
Furthermore, the player also gets the option to reverse sides by swapping pieces
with the AI opponent.
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It contributed to the development of computer games in the late 1980s with titles such as Blockout, Street Rod, and Street Rod 2.
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