Everybody likes to play backgammon, don't they? Backgammon Masters is a new game for iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch that gives you all the skill and fun of the backgammon we know and love but presented in a medieval style. It's said that the first form of backgammon was first played over 5000 years ago. Now somehow I don't think Neanderthal Backgammon would catch the attention of the general populace but a medieval version certainly catches the attention.
Backgammon Masters is a wonderfully executed game of backgammon in medieval style. It has very simple and easy to use interface for real fans of this popular board game. Despite its old age millions of people all around the world still enjoy to play this game up to this day. Learn to play with them as well! Play with friends, organize tournaments and improve your skill! It's fun! One match will take you only 5 to 30 minutes. Backgammon Masters supports many different styles of backgammon. You can not only play the classical international backgammon, but also Narde which is very popular in Russia and Tawla and favored in Turkey. There is also an option for Old English backgammon - a style very popular in United Kingdom. The are lots of extra features presented here too including bluetooth, different boards, difficulty levels, leader boards for tournaments and leagues, online chat, highlighted moves and extensive statistics. You can share your games on Facebook or Twitter afterwards to gloat in your success or bemoan your failure.
Backgammon Masters is a great way to while away time on your way to work on the bus or the train. At least it will mean you don't have to talk to the smelly guy who just sat next to you. If you've never played backgammon you are in for a treat - a simple game that's strategic and lots of fun. A single game can last between 5 and 30 minutes, I guess. If you have played it, you will know just how enjoyable and addictive it can be. If you haven't, you are in for a treat. What's more, you can dress up to play it if you want. Who wants to be the medieval monk?