Get ready for Kamisado – The original! The strategy board-game by Peter Burley published by HUCH! & Friends is now available on the Appstore.
In Kamisado, strategic thinking is required, as every move must be well-thought-out to defeat the opponent in this abstract strategy game.
Play against the computer in 5 different difficulties or against human players online in multiplayer mode!
Challenge players from across the world, play against your friends in exciting Kamisado matches and chat with them.
- Experience the successful original Kamisado board-game by Peter Burley on your smartphone or tablet
- Play against friends and other players worldwide (Multiplayer) or offline against challenging A.I. or locally against a friend on the same device
- Improve your ability in 5 difficulties from beginner to Kamisado master!
- View statistics, compare yourself with other competitors and top the highscore list
- While playing communicate with your opponent using the integrated chat feature
In every turn the player must move their tower forwards in a straight line or diagonally forwards without leapfrogging another tower. The colour the last move ended on determines which tower the opponent must move in their next turn. The black player starts by moving any one of their towers. The first player to move one of their towers onto the opponent’s home row wins.
- added support for the russian language
- minor bugfixes
Ratings and Reviews
My favorite board game!
Easier to learn than chess but harder to master! A game based entirely around human error, (which is why beating the algorithmic computers is nearly impossible) The fact that you have influence on your opponents move make it very intriguing to play, looking 3-5 moves ahead in 3-7 different ways!
i have to think really hard everyturn. perfect bathroom game
With the media these days, they usually cover the bigger production and I didn't even see this little cool strategic game.
Played few games and here are my impression. Rule is very simple to learn in 1 minute but it's hard to master! I've played few games on easy and won, but on medium, it's way challenging. It has a little bit of chess flavor in terms of thinking ahead. Haven't had a chance to play online because no one is there yet but would love to play with others once this becomes popular.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.