Play my games digitally

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This page is a set of links to various websites where you can find files to play my published games online for free.

Most of this is not my own work, except for the original game of course: I did learn to make simple modules in Tabletop Simulator but I am still a long way from being able to produce my own VASSAL modules.

Note that some of these modules and files might have been made some time ago and would be for earlier editions of a game. Whuddya whuddya, it’s free and someone did this out of the goodness of his heart.

VASSAL Modules

Hundreds and hundreds of modules available for this free, Java-based, platform-agnostic program. (http://www.vassalengine.org/)

Thanks to Michel Boucher, Przemek Bozek, Kevin Conway, Paul Heron, Martin Hogan, David Janik-Jones, Trevor Lieberman, Tom Swider, and Joel Toppen for their work.

Cyberboard Gameboxes

Cyberboard is a bit older and Windows-only. It’s free. (http://cyberboard.brainiac.com/index.html)

Thanks to Daryl Anderson, Andy Loakes, Walter O’Hara, Mike Welsh, and Noel Wright for making these.

ZunTzu Boxes

ZunTzu game software, free download, Windows only (https://zuntzu.com/index.htm)

Thanks to Rich Peterson for his work.

Tabletop Simulator

Game that lives on Steam. Difficult site to navigate with thousands of games, these are the only ones of mine that I am aware of by other folks. I’ve also learned how to make simpler ones myself:

Thanks to DoukNaga and ZiRo for their work.

Android App

As a special treat, here is a beta of Guerrilla Checkers for Android devices, programmed by Richard Gould. No AI of course but it looks great!

http://www.islandnet.com/~ltmurnau/guerrillacheckers-0.0.1-SNAPSHOT.apk

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