Parchis by Quiles 4+

Realistic Parchessi simulator

Ferran Quiles

Designed for iPad

    • 4.5 • 153 Ratings
    • $1.99
    • Offers In-App Purchases

iPad Screenshots

Description

The classic board game Parchees now with 2 dice mode. The dice physics brings a realistic experience, It's like carrying a real parcheesi board always with you.

The classic board game with amazing realism and physics. Throw the dice with your fingers and look at it bouncing on the board!

Have fun playing with your family and friends or even play solo, trying to beat the Artificial Inteligence. Any player can be replaced by the AI.

Play in teams of two!

Full Screen! The design has been made to take full advantage of the screen. So you and your friends can sit comfortably around your tablet.

Very easy-to-slide pieces. Start dragging a pawn and a star will show up witch is your destination square. See how it auto-adjusts in its place when you release it.

Funny effects for funnier matches. Quick and easy to use menus to access the game without complications. Beautiful design, reminiscent of the classic Parcheesi board...

What’s New

Version 4.2.1

Release notes 4.2:
-The more the better. Added new 6 player board. (In-app purchase).
- Added a dice counter to the game interface (it works for 2 dice mode only).
- Added an automatic dice option.
- The eating pawns sound (gun shot) has been changed for a kinder sound.
- Fixed sound problem for devices with iOS 11 or less.
- Removed the automatic movement option. It was not fun.
- Fixed a crash bug, and other minor bugs and corrections.

Release notes 4.2.1:
- Fixed a bug affecting some iPad models (4th generation)

Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
153 Ratings

153 Ratings

davidemen ,

Great Game

Played this lots of times. The AI plays by the rules you choose in the settings. Several variations. I seem to win more than lose. The dice rolls seem random enough. Occasionally, I get three doubles sending a piece back, but it happens to the computer opponent as well. No evidence at all that the rolls favor the AI. In fact, it might place its pieces in danger spots more often than it should. When playing the computer, make the colors be at opposite corners. Try different rules to find the settings you like best. Overall, I’m glad to have this game.

sjdv12345 ,

So joy, some bugs

While I see that this program has been built with the Unity platform there are a few annoying bugs to report. First, the first set of doubles only allows the face value to be used; there after doubles work correctly (probably some initialization problem). Second, at times the roll freezes and the only solution is to pause and re-enter hoping it will work again - to mixed results. At one point on re-entry the game enabled the AI to play the other two nests and the AI started blocking our play. Last, at times it will not allow the movement of a piece (that should be able to move) and force the movement of other pieces farther back - it isn’t at all clear why this would be. If you like pass and play between humans it has the capability to be fun but the bugs need resolved. I see this game has been out for three months so perhaps it is due for an update to address the newer versions of IOS that have come out in that time. Please make sure you are testing on an IPad Pro as that is more pervasive in the marketplace now.

Thank you for your talent in making such a game!

NCW33 ,

New version spoils the game

My iPad just updated this game to the new version. This is not Parchis HD, but another version (by a different developer?). I dislike it, but it's still better than the other Parcheesi games in the App Store. The older game was very nice, very elegantly designed and with good options and game play. This version has different graphics, different dice rolls, different play options, and it's slow. I wish I could revert to the old version, but apparently that isn't possible. Some suggestions for
Sr Quiles: restore automatic dice rolling for non-AI players, or make that an option; make an option to have the old player messages instead of annoying noises. If you restore them by option, you could English, Spanish, and whatever addition languages you might think necessary.

I'm getting used to the new graphics, although I think the old plainer ones more esthetically pleasant. I'd rather be able to turn off the new sound effects, while keeping the dice roll and movement noises. And it is really tiresome to have to keep touching the screen to make the dice roll. The older version was better.

Also, the correct name was "Parchis HD", not "Parchessi". IF you want the English spelling, it's Parcheesi, or Parchisi.

Developer Response ,

Hi NCW33,

Thanks for the review, i will take in consideration your advices for next versions.

Merry christmas!

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