• 4000 puzzles included.
• 12 levels of difficulty.
• Solutions included to selected puzzles.
• No ads, no permissions, just a free game.
Jump over a peg to remove it from the board. The objective is to remove all pegs but one.
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The aim of the game is to achieve the game with only one pawn remaining. Will you find the good moves to succeed in this ?
To drop a pawn, just jump it with an other pawn !
You'll find here all classic boards, to allow you to start with easy ones if you're not a regular on this game.
For the best of you, the board editor will allow you to play on your own invention.
Have a good game !
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is to remove as many marbles as possible
by "jumping" one marble over another,
either horizontally or vertically.
In this game, joining the Chinese checkers and solitaire, you have to remove marbles
from the board until only one remains, in the shortest possible time.
It is a game with more than 200 years of history, known in
many countries in different ways like Brainvita in India or Solo Noble in France.
The game contains 12 different playable boards.
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The game was invented by a French aristocrat in the 17th century, leading to the name Solo Noble. The game is known simply as Solitaire in the United Kingdom. It is also referred to as Brainvita (especially in India). The most popular names though are Marble Solitaire and Peg Solitaire. It is similar to the Card Solitaire game that is played alone and involves removing cards one by one. Here you need to remove marbles or pegs or other small objects.
The objective of the iMarble game is to end up with just one marble using minimum time and moves. The game starts with a board with several holes of which all except one is filled with a marble. The idea is to remove the marbles one by one until you end up with one marble or cannot make any valid moves.
You can remove a marble from the board by jumping an adjacent marble over it into a hole by moving it horizontally or vertically. Diagonal moves are not allowed.
Consecutive moves with the same marble is called a sweep and is counted as one move. You should try to solve the board in minimum number of moves to get a higher score.
You can pick from 8 different boards:
1. English Board
2. European (French) Board
3. Wiegleb's (German) Board
4. Asymmetrical (Cross) Board
5. Continental Board
6. Diamond Board
7. Square 6x6 Board
8. Square 9x9 Board
The Board Themes maker allows you to create your own layout in a few seconds. It features 80 marbles, 80 board styles and 80 screen backgrounds offering over 500 thousand unique layouts. You surely will find many that you like!
Hints allow you to see the valid moves. In case you want to challenge yourself by not seeing this hint, just disable it using the HINTS button. The game also features unlimited UNDO.
The game is easy to master and promises hours of fun. Your children would like the colorful fruit and ball shaped marbles and the numerous backgrounds and it would help their brain development.
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The aim of the game: Remove marbles till there is no valid move left. Best result is leaving just one marble.
- Start by jumping one marble -which is behind marbles around the center hole- to center hole.
- Marble gets jumped over is removed from board.
- In each move, a marble must jumped over another marble next to it and must be placed in a hole.
- Marbles can move horizontally and vertically. Marbles can't move diagonally.
Ps: The game is still in development phase and all comments will be considered.
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This version includes:
- English or Continental (European) board layouts
- a choice of 3 marble and board colour schemes
- an undo button
- an optional hints setting to guide you through a solution from beginning to end.
- Play the classic game as well as many variations
- Square, Square with diagonal moves and triangular boards supported
- Select one out of 3 different themes
- Create and play your own boards
- Machine search for a solution. Works both for built-in and custom boards. It may be slow for big boards.
According to a popular story, the game was invented by a French aristocrat in the 17th century, when incarcerated in the Bastille, explaining the game's less common name Solo Noble.
- Customize your game appearance with lots of different color themes
- 11 different types of boards
v1.1- added Undo All thanks to comment
- Easy manipulation
- Auto game generation to several levels of complexity
- Solution steps for generated game
- Undo your steps
- Undo All (NEW! in v1.1)
- Board type selection of English and European
- Edit your game
This fun classic will keep you playing for hours.
Move the pegs until you only have one left.
Keeps track of your fastest time!
To the person that said there isn't a solution for positions 5, 8, 9. Please research your facts before you comment and give my app 1 star.
You move the pegs by touching one and then touching an empty space.
According to a popular story, the game was invented by a French aristocrat in the 17th century, when incarcerated in the Bastille, explaining the game's less common name Solo Noble. John D. Beasley (author of The Ins & Outs of Peg Solitaire) has extensively searched for evidence to support this, and has found it lacking. The first reference to this story appeared in 1810, more than a hundred years after the alleged event. He believes that the colorful tale is fiction, yet it persists. In other sources, the invention of the game is attributed to the Native Americans—there is also no evidence to support this.
The first evidence of the game can be traced back to the court of Louis XIV, and the specific date of 1697, with an engraving made that year by Claude Auguste Berey of Anne de Rohan-Chabot, Princess of Soubise, with the puzzle by her side. Several works of art from that time show peg solitaire boards, demonstrating that the game was highly fashionable.
The standard game fills the entire board with pegs except for the central hole. The objective is, making valid moves, to empty the entire board except for a solitary peg in the central hole.
Challenge your friends and family to see who can keep the record.
It is easy to play. Tap a red marble and then tap an empty hole to make that marble jump over another one and to remove it.
The objective is to finish the game with the least number of marbles in less time.
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- 10 boards
- 90+ starting patterns
- Set you're own empty hole
- Game statistics
- Undo/Redo step through
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- Added option for diagonal moves.