Features

  • #1 Windows Phone and Windows 8 Backgammon
  • More than 20 options, for beginners and advanced players
  • Online highscores
  • Money or Match play styles

Additional information


Version Notes

Minor bug fixes, faster loading and playing


Ratings and reviews

Average customer rating

4.0
6,048 ratings

Rating snapshot

  1. 5
    53%
    3,206
  2. 4
    21%
    1,301
  3. 3
    7%
    425
  4. 2
    5%
    349
  5. 1
    12%
    767
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Judy · 7/21/2015
Good game.

I like this clean and simple app. It works well and is challenging enough. It was worth the $ to get rid of the ads.

Tricia · 7/17/2015

Love (addicted) to this game!

Derek and Tabitha · 7/9/2015

Excellent game! While the free version has adds on the banner on top, they're non-intrusive. I just played my first two games on this version, and won both. I don't mind that I can't save my score in the free version or customize the board. It's free! I love it! Thanks for a great game!

Ryan · 7/7/2015
Die whack, but stoopid house player balances it

I have seen what so many of you note, weird accommodations made for the house at just the opportune time, whether they be the correct number of successively correct doubles or that perfect "step through the minefield" hit as you appear to have the game bagged, sending you to the bar with only a two-spot open and your opponent wins because each time you get a two, fail to get the three or four or five you need to escape and get put back on the bar until the house wins in an incredible come from behind victory. Except I kick the house's ass. Time and time again, over some thousands of games, now, have won 65-68 percent of all my contests. Granted, I play only longer games - over 7 points and often 25 - but I still find that, for all the house's "amazing" luck with the die, the program is about as dumb as a bag of bricks. Use the game to see what happens when conventional thinking gets applied without fail. Once you know all the rules & conventions, they can be used to your advantage.

Chip · 7/10/2015

The software for rolling dice appears to be designed for the odds to hit the open man, rather than a random list of possible rolls, so it always seems to be cheating. I'm uninstalling it again. I keep getting suckered in to install it.

Reviewer 4042 · 6/6/2015
Backgammon Pro

I have really become addicted to this game. The strategies and character of the game are really challenging. I'm so glad I got this app.

EDWARD · 6/7/2015

Very challenging

Reviewer 7945 · 6/5/2015
Cheats

Starting with first roll. Computer almost always gets the high die. Can't understand the point in making it so a computer cheats. If unprotected, plan on the perfect die roll to send you to the center. I had a different backgammon game before and if the cheating was too bad I would end the game before it finished. You can't end this game. You must click on resign and so the game counts against you. Why not put some effort into programming a real game that doesn't cheat? Just a suggestion.

Rodney · 6/28/2015

Great way to practice

Anthony · 6/6/2015

My previous review suggested the AI cheats. I honed my skills against real players for awhile and came back. What I found was that I could dominate the AI on lvl 4, winning match after match, even pulling out some with doubles at the end. I'm using "true random" for the dice.

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