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A backgammon app with quick and smooth in-game play. Features a strong neural network based AI built using deep learning and trained exclusively via self play.

- Play against friends in two-player mode or play against the neural networked AI.
- Four different levels of computer strength: Beginner, Intermediate, Hard, and Expert.
- See statistics on your play skill, error rate, and your game / match history against the AI.
- Tutor mode helps you improve your backgammon game. Receive advice on your moves and see the AI's evaluations of all possible moves.
- Pip counter and equity meter.
- Beat the computer to unlock different boards.
- Many other configurable settings...

What’s New

Version 1.1.1

Minor bug fixes and visual improvements.

Ratings and Reviews

3.0 out of 5
35 Ratings

35 Ratings

Yyvjgvvjgug ,

Computer plays well but dice is not fair

If you read other critical reviews the developer swears there is no cheating and the dice are rolled once. But it’s not probable game after game that the computer rolls perfect dice at critical moments when we know there is less than 1/6 chance. For example computer mostly wins the first roll. This is even before moving thefirst piece. That says it’s either cheating or has a software bug. If you are searching with recursion you might be rolling multiple times and picking the best one

Phisherman70 ,

Gammon is my game

I really like this app over all the others I’ve tried and I’ll tell you why. I really like that the expert level plays at a perfect level from an AI computer playing itself millions of times. From this standard it rates my play against AI perfection. I have learned A LOT. People say the dice rolling is favored to the computer but I don’t find that at all. I consistently beat the computer and sometimes my rolls are hot and sometimes they are not.

Developer Response ,

Thanks for the kind words!

cbjrow ,

Love it and hate it

Love playing the game, but I do not like playing the computer because EVERY TIME I leave a spot unprotected the dice roll for the computer turn that takes my man. Every. Time. It can’t be random if it constantly happens. This needs to be fixed.

App Privacy

The developer, Keith Gould, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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