Anyone else have this issue? The first time one of your pieces is hit in a game, your next roll will frequently be an unusable double six. I've predicted it many times: here comes the double six... I win at the highest level approximately 65-70% of the time, but I do wonder about the dice.
There's a problem with the cpu having robust advantage in its rolling doubles, along with the timing of those doubles, the amount of doubles rolled in total for each game, as well as rolling just what it needs way too often. The blanket response from the developer that there is no problem in light of the numerous complaints regarding this issue is disrespectful and disingenuous. PLEASE FIX THIS ISSUE!
Best backgammon Does not cheat. Really, it doesn't. Backgammon is a great mix of luck and experience. If the odds seem stacked against you then you need more of the latter. Learn a good defensive game. Rash aggressiveness seldom pays off and is a tactic for desperate times.
GREAT SELF ESTEEM BOOSTER! The price is right and the game play is spot on. I love the fact that they felt the need to explain in detail why their A.I. at the top level is so hard to beat... But I routinely beat it nearly 2 to 1!
Not bad, if you don't mind the AI cheating constantly. I've tried to play nice, and every time, it takes me out and makes it so I am unable to move my pieces until nearly all the AI's pieces are off the board! However, it helps the time go by when I need it to.
Something is wrong with the algorithm There is something wrong in the algorithm to keep the player on the game. Either the CPU or the player has too much luck, e.g. the CPU is without doubt loosing but suddently gets couple of doubles. Vice-versa.
- Fixes potential stats collection bug related to viewing the score board mid-game