L-Mover is a small board game invented by Edward de Bono. On a 4x4 square board, you and your opponent each move your own L shaped piece
and possibly one of two little square pieces. You win if your opponent can not move its L ! Sounds simple right?
Well, this program shows that a computer can be a formidable opponent: its much more difficult than you think!
You do need a PC with Windows 95/98/NT/2000/ME/XP to run this game. Please go ahead and download L-Mover v1.0: it is FREE!. let us know what you think of this little gem.
this is a screenshot of version 1.0
The rules of L-Mover are simple.
© Martijn Dekker
- The game is played by one human against one computer
- The human plays with either red or blue
- Red starts
- the player first has to move its L, if that is not possible, the player lost the game
- after the player moved his L, he may move one of the two gray squares
- this ends his turn
- you win if your opponent can not make a move