From London to Sydney, from New York to Tokio, everybody loves draughts. Called checkers in US and draughts in United Kingdom, this is a board game where you can have as opponents the computer or another person.
You can play against computer or with a friend.
Each player can move only once. Make only doagonal moves. The direction of movement can be only forward.
When you rearch the end of the table with a piece, then you can move backward too (so forward AND backward) which gives you an advantage.
The player who get rid of opponent’s pieces will win the game.