Backgammon Champs – Board Game MODDED 2022

3.3

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Backgammon is a popular board game for two players, play with friends and chat.
4.1/5 Votos: 8,703
Versión
3.3
Actualización
21.02.2022
Requerimientos
4.4 and up
Tamaño
56M
Consíguelo en
Google Play

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Descripción

Welcome to Backgammon Champs! If you love playing backgammon live and compete with players from all around the world then you have come to the right place! Backgammon is one of the oldest known board games and one of the most popular 2 player online games in the world. Backgammon online game will challenge your mind and gaming ability. Play today!

Backgammon is called different names around the world and the most popular names are Backgammon, tavla, and Nardi. Backgammon Champs is one of the best Backgammon games to let you enjoy the free play! Winning contests and topping the leaderboards can make you the lord of the dice!

Download this backgammon free today and get your hourly bonus! Compete in challenging online classic board games with top backgammon classic players and put your skills to the test! Don’t worry it’s a free game! Come back every day to get more free coins!

– Free and regular updates!
– Collect hourly free coins!
– Play with friends
– Voice chat and text chat
– Highlighting the available moves
– Move the checkers with a single touch or drag and drop
– Undo your last move
– Game timers to avoid too much waiting for the opponent’s move or double confirmation.
– Multilanguage support: English, Arabic, French, German, Hebrew, Italian, Persian, Romanian, Spanish, Russian, Chinese, and Turkish translations!
– Cross-platform support for devices all over the world – Android, tablet or iOS, iPhone, and iPad!

Have any suggestions for the game? Contact us at [email protected]

Novedades

Friends and Chat available for Guest Accounts!
- Friends list
- Voice Chat
- Playing games with friends
- Text Chat
- More new Emoji

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4 comentarios en "Backgammon Champs – Board Game MODDED 2022"

  1. William Brown dice:

    Not a good backgammon game! The higher you go, the worst it gets! The fourth level in and that is where it begins. Too many exact rolls for my opponents. I really feel helpless when I play the fourth level in. It is bad! The dice rolls are not random but for sake of arguing, let’s say they are, ok? These random dice rolls seem to be in the favor of my opponents. Not once or twice but every game I played! You can say random but it is all in your inbox from other players. Alot of players! Go read!

  2. Joe Ricco dice:

    Unlike many of the Backgammon apps, this one seems to be one of the best! The dice rolls are quite fair and not manipulated. I do have one issue with the game crashing and closing when trying to start a game. This bug happened after my Android updated its system software. Obviously this bug needs to be fixed quickly because if it is happening to me, it is happening to others. I am looking forward to playing the game again as soon as their programmers fix the problem with the game crashing.

  3. Giuseppe Vincenzo dice:

    Better than others I’ve tried, so far anyway. Features and graphics are basic. The pace of play is actually good, the extended time for completing a turn is a nice feature but a bit too much extra time is allowed imho. One really nice thing about this app is that it doesn’t freeze up or glitch out much. The emoji format is too basic, have to not only open the emoji screen it, but close it as well during play. Some other improvements needed. Can’t view other players stats, can’t personalize logo, the coin values jump way too much from level to level. No tournament play. I’m sure the developers will make additional improvements with time.

  4. Terri Foster dice:

    I like this game when it works correctly. The developer is going to say it’s my phone or internet causing the problems, but it isn’t. Just now, in a close game, my opponent made their move, but their timer continued until it ran out. I was given the loss, though I never was given an opportunity to take my turn. On an initial roll, to see who goes first, the “random” roll was double 2’s for 23 rolls, when I finally closed out – and, took the loss. There are other odd glitches, so be aware.

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