Last Match Last Match is seemingly a simple game with simple rules. The main task in all types ... More
Last Match Last Match is seemingly a simple game with simple rules. The main task in all types of games is to leave the last match to your opponent. You can take any number of matches, but only from one row. The game develops logical thinking and the ability to count quickly. Below we consider all four types of game. FEATURES - Objectives to complete - PvP via Game Center - Four types of the game - Three special action matches - Smart AI on a normal mode - Easy mode - Retina graphics The classic type of game: There are only the usual matches. When you uncover the secret of the game, you'll be easy to win the computer and your friends. This type of game is also very useful for school-age children who are learning to count, calculate, to think several moves ahead. Type of game Salvation: The rules are the same as in the classical style, but there are color matches: blue and green. Green match adds another 3 usual matches in a row, and it can not be more than 7 matches in the row. Blue match adds one usual match. Type of game Coercion: In this mode there is no green match, there is a red match. Red match removes one usual match of adjacent rows. Type of game Freedom: This mode is not for the weak, then there are all color matches, and in order to win, you need to think twice.
Last updated 19 Apr 2013
Published 19 Apr 2013
I'm sure most of you will be fairly familiar with the concept of Last Match but, as with so many apps based on classic games, this online version for iOS provides an extra dimension to add to the pure simplicity of the original game. Last Match is based on the age-old game that has been played by everyone from Boy Scouts to bored grannies for decades. But in truth, it probably goes back way earlier than that. It's a simple game that has been refined for online play and involves four different types of 'matchstick' games - the end result being that you leave the last match to be picked up by your opponent meaning that you are the winner of the game.
Last Match is, what seems like, a very simple game with very simple rules but is designed to develop logical thinking and the ability to think quickly. The main task in all four game types is to leave the last match to your opponent. You can do this by taking any number of matches - but only ones from the same row. The four games available here for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch are designed not only for fun and entertainment but also to develop the senses of people of all ages and the difficulty ranges from easy to tough. When you discover the secrets and strategies of the game you will find it much easier to win against the computer or your friends. Last Match...