Version: 1   (version history)
Size: 0
Date: January 26, 2002
License: Free To Try $9.99
OS: Win 95/2000/XP/98/ME

Publisher's Description

Othello, Go, Chess, been there done that. All great games but not a patch on Fix Five. This class act pits you against up to three other players either fiendish computer opponents or your friends (and enemies) as you do board based battle to build a row of tiles. Oh that's easy we hear you cry, not a chance. This game has us crying in our sleep with it's deceptively simple idea, it's strategy gaming the way it was meant to be.

Five in a row was never so much of a challenge, with amazing computer AI and an intuative user interface, you will be compelled to have 'just one more go'. There's numbers modes of play including a 'funnies' mode if you're playing with human opponents. Funnies include hidden tiles that have effects on the game grid like bombs and cluster bombs, the only thing is that you won't know they're there until it's too late - leaving you wishing that you'd tried to build your line of 5 tiles elsewhere as your opponents romp home to victory.

The real problem with Chess and G

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