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Atomix REVERSI is inspired from classic board game Reversi/Othello BUT
support Maps for best fun. You can play with 8x8 board to 30x30 board
What's new in Atomix Reversi V1.1 ?
3 new Random maps,
7 Language support : Atomix Reversi is available in English , Français,
Espanol, Deutsch, Italiano, Portugueses, Nederlands
Already 15,000 download !
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Reversi / Othello - Rules & Strategy
Reversi, otherwise known as othello, is a great game in which two players of
opposite color pieces take turns taking pieces of the opposite color, trying to
get the most.
In reversi, two players take turns placing disks of opposite colors (each disk
has a black and a white side) on an 8 by 8 board.With Atomix Reversi you can go
up to 30 by 30 board and with many different board.
One places a disk adjacent to the opponent's disk so that the opponent's disk
or row of disks is directly in between that first player's disk and another of
the person's disks. The player then flips, or "flanks," the opponent's disks to
match his or her color and the two players take turns doing this until the
board is full. If a player cannot move, he or she must pass, and the player
with the most disks at the end wins the game wins.
Othello is a game with very simple rules but very complex strategy. Its box
reads "a minute to learn...a lifetime to master," and this is a very accurate
description of the game. Please note that reading this won't make you an
instant success, but through playing it and learning from your mistakes you can
get better and better at it (although this should act as a catalyst for your
learning by giving you some ideas and appreciation for its concepts). Always
remember that the best way to learn good strategy for othello is to play it
yourself. The first thing that a beginner should know about reversi is that
pieces are not necessarily good.
One of the key concepts of reversi is one called mobility, meaning that
having more availible moves than your opponent is better than having more
pieces overall (at least in the early to middle game...after that, you'll have
to start gaining pieces). A few of the key positions in reversi are the corners
of the board. Because of their position, they cannot be taken, and likewise,
pieces that build on the corners can also not be taken. This is a great way to
secure many pieces and a probably win. Unfortunately, all new players will soon
figure out how important these squares are. Because of the great advantage that
the corners bring, both players will try to get there first. One way to use
mobility to your advantage is to keep your pieces in between pieces of your
opponent and to gradually try to run him or her out of good moves, forcing
yourself into a corner. Mobility can be used in many ways to the player's
advantage, but without good availible moves, a player can be forced by a good
opponent into a loss.
Another key reversi concept is that of parity. Parity essentially means
moving last in a closed area of play. For example, if there are only two spaces
left on the board, the person who moves second, or has the parity, will gain
more pieces than the first in that area. This can be expanded upon, as if there
are four or even six open spaces in an area, the person who moves second will
always have the advantage, as he or she will get the last move. Keeping parity
in mind can help a person decide where to move next in order to keep a good
position or in order to improve upon a bad one. Bearing this in mind, a person
in a game that has one area on the board with five open spaces and a similar
one with six should move into the area with five and utilize the advantage of
parity. One way to help explain why parity can be so effective is by taking the
concept of mobility into account. If there is an area on the board and the
person with parity moves last in it, the other will be forced to open another
area of the board and have fewer possible moves there. The second player moving
starts with the parity and this can give a slight advantage over the course of
the game (in my opinion, that is...I feel that the person playing black, or
first, has better options for the openings, but the advantage of parity
outweighs this). A smart thing for the first person to do, because of this
initial disadvantage, might be to try and make the second person run out of
moves for one turn, thus passing and reversing the parity.
There are many types of reversi strategy and many ideas that can be utilized in
order to gain the advantage in it and to win. I have explored two main concepts
of reversi, and there are countless others. After playing a lot and advising
some newer players on it, however, I have concluded that the best methods of
playing it are those invented by oneself. Just by playing you will notice what
works and what doesn't and gradually devise better ways to play. You cannot
instantly become a great player at othello, while you can improve by learning
new things about it and incorporating new methods and ideas into your play.
Text from : Jonathan Mendelson
What's in Atomix Reversi V1.0 ?
Maps support (Circle, Diamond, etc..) 14 maps built-in,