Long Narde

Contains adsIn-app purchases
11.6K reviews
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About this game

Long Narde, also known as just Backgammon, Narde or Nardy. The game is similar to Moultezim, Tavla in Turkey and Fevga in Greece, is a variant of Backgammon game played in Middle East, East Europe and Russia, Ukraine. The board game does not need special representation, as well as, for example, chess, checkers. This game is one of the oldest board games for two players. Narde rules are very similar to Tawla 31.

* No Banners, only ads between games!
* Ability to compose own composition to train game skills
* Ability to save game and continue later
* Many boards and ALL for FREE!
* 8 difficulty levels
* Online multiplayer
* Online ELO rating
* Bluetooth multiplayer
* One or Two player mode
* Game dice statistics
* Dices without cheat
* Game does not eat battery
* Long move
* Undo move
* Small package size
Updated on
Sep 12, 2022

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Personal info, Photos and videos and 3 others
This app may collect these data types
Personal info, Photos and videos and 3 others
Data is encrypted in transit
Data can’t be deleted
11.6K reviews
A Google user
November 30, 2018
Decent game that usually doesn't cheat. One flaw that I've found is it doesn't always show you all of your available moves and even if you spot it, the game doesn't allow you to make the move. On the plus side I've never seen doubles rolled consecutively...on the negative side the computer seems to always roll doubles at that time of the game where both players are hurrying to move their pieces into the home end. Worth playing!
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Veronika Vartanova
June 14, 2020
It's a cool long narde simulator/multiplayer! It's free, and brings a lot of nostalgic feeling about. I would've given it five stars, but unless your dice combos are exceptionally unlucky, it's rather easy to win even on the highest difficulty. The AI opponent always goes for the same tactics, makes similar mistakes (i.e. it's not that big a challenge to lock some of their pieces in the homefield). Both AI and you will get about 6-7 doubles per game each 95% of the time, so a bit predictable.
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A Google user
August 25, 2019
Yes interesting I played it as I hadn't seen this version and on first play it seems you have to race each other to the opposite side of the board, you block a spot If you have a single piece on it which cannot be taken, the strategy seem s to be that of blocking pieces to win. I will play again and try to work out more. Cannot find rules, am I being stupid?
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What's new

Please update the game to use Private room
✓Improved random balancer
✓Last games dice history to analyze your luck
✓Private room fix
✓Other fixes
✓ Random will depend on day
✓ Online improvements
✓ Online complaints, ELO+
✓ German translation fix
✓ Added: Canada, Australia, South Korea, Japan, Canada, China, India, Sri Lanka, Thailand
✓ Fix for Samsung devices