Take the classic strategy game Reversi with you wherever you go with Reversi Free. Place your pieces carefully and defeat your opponent in this back and forth battle.
Reversi Free supports both 1 player and 2 player gameplay, so you can play against friends or test your skills against a challenging computer opponent.
Reversi Free offers a host of exciting features, including:
• Great graphics and exciting sound effects
• Configurable player names and score tracking
• Outstanding AI engine with configurable difficulty level
• Undo function
• Automatic save when you get a phone call or exit the application
Download Reversi Free today and put your mind to the test!
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• GDPR support
• Minor bug fixes
Ratings and Reviews
More Challenging than the other Reversi options
I finally found an expert level that challenges me. The other versions didn’t show a variety of strategy like this game.
Game was decent but after playing for a bit the app increased ad pop ups significantly to the point that the game was no longer playable. I suspect they did this intentionally to force you to pay for the ad free version of the app. But that isn't how you win my $$$. Before deleting ALL THREE of this company's apps that I had installed I was constantly forced out of the app to ads in the App Store about 1 every 3 seconds. Then when I would return to the app I would have to watch another ad as the game opened. Often the ads would stop my audio playing on my device from iTunes streaming or other apps. I would then have to go into that app and restart the audio. Then when I would return to the game I would have to watch their dumb ad again and it would stop my streaming audio again. Games are supposed to be fun. Not visits with annoying sales pitches that never end.
This is a trash app company right now who doesn't respect their customers. I hope they make 0 $$$ on this scam. Sell of the games to a company that treats customers better.
I’ve played the physical board game Othello for 40 years and have only lost two games. On occasions I’ve beaten the computer of this app as well.
I noticed that some reviewers complained about the system taking more than one move. It has happened to me as well. However, I examined the moves. That is because I did not have a move. I had to ‘skip’.
I do think it would be nice for the computer to first inform the single player that they must skip because they have no move. I trust that the computer is correct, but I like to look ahead as I would if I were playing a live person. There have been times where I had 3 or 4 moves and my physical opponent had none. But I gave my opponent time to review the board plays oppose to my just moving ahead and not telling them they have no move.
A good app, but give me time to examine the board oppose just taking multiple moves one immediately after the other.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.