Chaturanga

Chaturanga


Chaturanga is a four player chess-like game involving dice. You can play against friends or the computer. Extensive help manual included, see menu->help for more. This game has been praised by tens of individuals, who claim that it is "more fun than removing my eyes with a spoon."

Recent changes:
- Ability to select dice when it is ambiguous (touch one to turn it green, then it will be used for that turn).
- Several other minor aesthetics updates.
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Free
80
4.0
User ratings
68
Installs
5,000+
Concerns
0
File size
909 kb
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About Chaturanga
Chaturanga is a four player chess-like game involving dice. You can play against friends or the computer. Extensive help manual included, see menu->help for more. This game has been praised by tens of individuals, who claim that it is "more fun than removing my eyes with a spoon."

Recent changes:
- Ability to select dice when it is ambiguous (touch one to turn it green, then it will be used for that turn).
- Several other minor aesthetics updates.

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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Apr 15, 2014
Fast paced, but dice don't seem random I play this game frequently. It is a simple game, and the computer is good enough to keep things entertaining. I play it against a friend as well, each of us taking 2 armies. When playing a person the game changes. Tactics that work against the computer fall short. Dice rolls make this game intense, because rolls determine what pieces are in play. A player wants to move certain pieces to win, but finds luck/fate/evil-dice interfere. A king can win by charging across the board and killing the other king.
A Google User
Mar 18, 2014
good game but the ship or what is it is pretty useless...
A Google User
Feb 25, 2014
Simple & beautiful Simple game combo of strategy and chance. Games are quick, a minute to a few minutes so no commitment. When I win it just feel so good!
A Google User
Dec 22, 2013
Fast paced, sometimes dice don't seem random I play this game frequently. It is a simple game, and the computer is good enough to keep things entertaining. I play it against a friend as well, each of us taking 2 armies. When playing a person the game changes. Tactics that work against the computer fall short. Dice rolls make this game intense, because rolls determine what pieces are in play. A player wants to move certain pieces to win, but finds luck/fate/evil-dice interfere. A king can win by charging across the board and killing the other king.
A Google User
Sep 26, 2013
Life changing. I was honestly contemplating suicide before finding this game. Now that I have, life is worth living again. Thanks parkovsky.