A fast logic/strategy game for one to four players on a single device. There's something inherently fun about AMGOC—it's the hard-to-predict effects of the chain reactions which makes the game almost impossible to know who wins until the very end.
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Pro Nice familiy game and a big blast with friends.
It's a little like the board game classics Othello/Reversi on steroids. And it is simpler than Nine Men's Morris, faster than Ludo and more surprising than Chess.
Pro Completely free
It's free, without ads or in app purchases.
Pro Four player same device multiplayer
Up to four players can play competitive matches against one another with the same device multiplayer offered in AMGOC.
Pro Works well in single player mode
The artificial intelligence adjusts itself to the skill of the player.
Con Somewhat confusing
While there is a tutorial that explains how the game works, it is still a little unclear exactly what the player is supposed to be doing as no strategy is ever explained or shown to grasp how one should actually play on the board against their opponent. Basically this results in the computer winning over and over again.