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Description

Play the classic game of Backgammon on your iPhone or iPod Touch for free!

Backgammon Free is the best free Backgammon app available for iOS.

Backgammon Free supports both 1 player and 2 player gameplay, so you can play against friends or test your skills against a challenging computer opponent.

Backgammon Free includes a host of exciting features, including:

• Outstanding AI with three difficulty levels
• Highlighting of possible moves
• One touch or double touch move entry
• Match play to a configurable number of points
• Undo function
• Configurable player names and score tracking
• Automatic save when you exit or suspend the app
• Great graphics and awesome sound effects

If you've been looking for a great Backgammon app for your iPhone or iPod Touch, look no further. Download Backgammon Free today!

What’s New

Version 1.66

• Fixed issue which caused Game Won dialog to be offscreen on app restart
• GDPR support
• Minor bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
17.5K Ratings

17.5K Ratings

NH2112 ,

Like all others, made so the computer wins

Where to begin? The iPad’s rolls almost never force it to leave a single pip on a point, while the player's rolls almost always do.
When the player takes one of the iPad’s pips the iPad almost always rolls the exact number(s) necessary to re-enter the game, even if the player’s home row is heavily occupied by 2 or more pips per point. The player will roll, and roll, and roll while trying to re-enter the game, almost always rolling the exact number(s) necessary to land on the iPad’s points that are occupied by 2 or more pips, even when the iPad’s home row is sparsely occupied.
The iPad tends to roll many more doubles than the player and its rolls, both doubles and non-doubles, tend to be more useful (example: high numbers that get its pips to the home row more quickly.) Player rolls they tend to be less useful numbers that force him to move pips 1, 2, or 3 points at a time. Once the iPad plays the doubling cube this becomes more pronounced.
Long story short, the dice are not random. I’d say the iPad wins 5 or 6 out of 10 games but 8 or 9 out of 10 match-winning games. The sad part is this is the most fair backgammon game I’ve downloaded so far.

Caitlyn Whinham ,

Dan Japan

This is the worst platform of Backgammon I have ever encountered, if you wish to be beaten 90% of the time try the hardest level against the computer, when you have played your dice, it is very easy to predict the computers moves, it almost always selects exactly what it needs almost perfectly 90% of the time, the algorithm is loaded, Adikus commented it’s just a game of random dice. No it is a very frustrating algorithm which removes the fairness and challenge of the game, to the point that playing backgammon with this Adikus platform becomes something to avoid, I no longer use this version, and use another version, as an advisory try any other platform, but to understand the comments while playing the computer at the hardest level, download it and try it, and after you have thrown your dice and made your move, observe what the computer requires, and almost always it will select the numbers required, of course selecting the easiest to medium levels does increase your percentages, but you will notice how miraculous at the hardest level the chances of winning are ridiculous bordering on insane, Russian roulette would be a fairer balance of play than this Adikus crap🤔💩💩💩💩

Hailie Moen ,

Dan Japan

This is the worst platform of Backgammon I have ever encountered, if you wish to be beaten 90% of the time try the hardest level against the computer, when you have played your dice, it is very easy to predict the computers moves, it almost always selects exactly what it needs almost perfectly 90% of the time, the algorithm is loaded, Adikus commented it’s just a game of random dice. No it is a very frustrating algorithm which removes the fairness and challenge of the game, to the point that playing backgammon with this Adikus platform becomes something to avoid, I no longer use this version, and use another version, as an advisory try any other platform, but to understand the comments while playing the computer at the hardest level, download it and try it, and after you have thrown your dice and made your move, observe what the computer requires, and almost always it will select the numbers required, of course selecting the easiest to medium levels does increase your percentages, but you will notice how miraculous at the hardest level the chances of winning are ridiculous bordering on insane, Russian roulette would be a fairer balance of play than this Adikus crap🤔💩💩💩💩

Information

Seller
Optime Software LLC
Size
93.7 MB
Category
Games
Compatibility

Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

Languages

English

Age Rating
Rated 4+
Copyright
© 2018 Optime Software LLC
Price
Free

Supports

  • Family Sharing

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

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