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Silver&Wood is based on an ancient board game for one person, also known as 'Einsiedlerspiel' in Germany. The goal is to remove all balls but one from the board. Though this may not be as easy as it sounds!
Jump with one ball over an other onto an empty field. The other will be taken away. You may jump in four directions: up, down, left and right - but not diagonally.
You play by clicking the ball to jump first. Next you click on the empty field (hole) two fields up, down, left or right from the first ball. Silver&Wood will automatically remove the eliminated ball, and so on ... until there is no move left.
Silver & Wood keeps track of the remaining balls and possible moves. You are able to undo all your moves. If you don't know how to solve the game, just start a new one.
Silver&Wood has a lot more to offer than the original board game: you can open and even design additional game files! Exchange your files with your friends! They'll like them!
Silver&Wood features two different screen designs: Silver and, you guessed it, Wood. You can play with or without sound. If you want, the game will count the time that has passed. Choose between English and German language.
By the way: the idea of Silver&Wood is very, very old. I think it was invented in China. Once upon a time, the game was forbidden because it is a very addictive game. Everybody ended up playing instead of working.
Silver_and_Wood_(1.0).sit (917.01 KiB / 939.02 KB)
Silver and Wood (1.0) / compressed w/ Stuffit
68k and PPC compatible
Emulating this? It should run fine under: SheepShaver