3D Morris Prof
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3D Morris Prof simulates the famous board game Nine Men's Morris on your PC, including 5 levels from "very easy" to "unbeatable".

A realistic physics engine and advanced real-time graphics with realistic sound make this game to a unique experience.


Have fun with 3D Morris Prof

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3D Morris Prof 1.02
For Windows 7/Vista/XP
0,16 MB
Minimum system requirements
  • Operating system Windows® 7/Vista/XP
  • Windows® DirectX 9.0c
  • Intel® Intel Core 2 Duo 2.0 GHz
  • 128 MB main memory
  • DirectX 9.0 able graphic card
  • Screen resolution 800x600 at True Color (16 million colours)
Recommended system requirements
  • Operating system Windows® 7/Vista/XP
  • Windows® DirectX 9.0c
  • Intel Core 2 Quad 3.00 GHz or higher
  • 512 MB main memory
  • DirectX able graphic card: 1024 MB NVIDIA® Geforce™ 9800 GT or better,
    ATI® Radeon™ HD 5750 or better
  • Screen resolution 1280x1024 at True Color (16 million colours)

Game Rules

Goal:

The goal of the game is to close as many mills as possible to take the opponent pieces from the board. The player who has only two pieces or can't move his pieces has lost the game.

Gameplay:

A player starts and placing a piece on a empty spot on the board. Then players take turns placing.

Whoever can close a mill (placing 3 pieces in a row) may remove one of his opponent's pieces from the board but can't remove any piece from a formed mill.

Once all pieces are placed on the board, players take turns moving. To move, a player slides one of his pieces along a board line to an empty adjacent spot. If he can't move, he has lost the game.

Once a player has only three pieces, his pieces may jump to any empty spots. Once that player lose another stone now, he has lost the game.