Experience a Classic paper-and-pencil Game on Windows 8 with Triangula
If you are looking for a good new Windows 8 strategy game and an interactive app to use when you are bored or when you want to challenge your friend or colleagues, then Triangula will be perfect for you.
With this game you can scratch off the pen and paper you were using in your childhood to play Dots and Boxes and replace it directly with a Windows 8 operating system laptop, tablet or desktop. Triangula features an endless game play being a perfect fit for puzzle solving lovers such as myself. The idea of the game is as simple as it can get, as you just need to connect dots with lines and make as many triangles as you can covering more space than your opponent – either a computer, or a friend of yours if you choose the multiplayer mode.
In Triangula you have the option to choose between a variety of difficulty stages and grid zones so the game is perfect for both beginners and experienced Windows 8 players – you just have to select the difficulty level that is suitable with your demands.
Triangula takes strategy to whole new level
The “hall of fame” charts are also featured in this game and if you want to compare your grades with anyone or just track them over time you only have to post them in the online leaderboards. Seeing that most of us whenever we play a game against the computer we have the impression that it cheats somehow or somewhere in the game, in Triangula we can track the moves with the playback feature which brings you back on a previous move to see exactly what went wrong and if it cheated.
Enable cheats, reset stats, set time limits, specify which player goes first are just a few more options in this strategy Windows 8 game that you might find useful though getting to the top of the charts might be a challenge even for the more experienced players.
Since Triangula can be installed on any Windows 8 based device (the app is compatible with Windows 8, Windows 8.1 and Windows RT systems), you can test the game whenever you want; the app is available for free on Windows Store so don’t hesitate and try it by yourselves.
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