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Siege is a board game featuring background music and a couple sound effects and in which a typical game lasts about 1 to 2 minutes. Siege is actually not very complicated to play: A random player will be chosen to start the game. Each turn, the player places one of their cards on the board grid, adjacent to already placed tiles (diagonals accepted) and in the proper color row and number column. If you do not have a card in your stack corresponding to playable grid spots, then you pass your turn (it does not happen often).
The objective of Siege is to kind of try to make empty bubbles by placing your cards around a particular area (can be more than 1 tile). If you succeed in enclosing an empty spot by placing the last tile that closes the area, X will mark all the stale grid tiles and the playable cards that should have been placed in those tiles will go to the right of the owner's stack, meaning they cannot be played anymore. Their owner will lose 100 points for each non playable tile at the end of the game. When you close an area, it also attributes you 100 points for each tile you enclosed. Nobody can see other players cards, so you never know if the next player will enclose a spot that you had a card for, bringing a luck element to the gameplay.
Siege is a fun 1-minute style strategy game you can randomly play once in a while when you're by yourself since it can only be played against 3 other computers, but you can still set them to peaceful or fierce level of difficulty, making the challenge easier or harder.
Siege_1.1.sit (446.17 KiB / 456.88 KB)
Siege v1.1 / compressed w/ Stuffit
At least 1MB of free RAM
Mac OS 7.x - Mac OS 9.2.2
A monitor supporting 640x480 resolution with 256 colors mode (8-bits mode)
Emulating this? It should run fine under: Basilisk II