CheckerWarz has two modes of checkers, traditional, and a unique, fun-filled feature called CheckerWarz. In traditional checkers, you can choose to play against the computer (Man vs. CPU), or against a friend (Man vs Man). The object of the game is to capture or "eat" all of your opponent's checkers. You accomplish this by moving diagonally along the 8x8 checkerboard, or by jumping your opponents checkers by moving your checker over an adjacent opponents checker to a empty space behind it. When a checker reaches the opposite end of the board, that checker attains king status, and is allowed to move backwards. Note: Man vs CPU has been toned down in difficulty, for younger and beggining players. To move a checker, click on one while it is your turn, drag it to another legal square, and release the mouse button. To play the Checkerwarz feature,you play as usual, but when you jump over an opponent's checker, you are asked whether or not you would like to play a CheckerWar. If you select yes, you enter a challange with your opponent that tests some of your skills. You will see a brief discription of the rules and how the game is played. When the CheckerWar is over, if you win, you will have jumped over your opponent's checker, but your opponents checker will turn into one of your own. However, if you lose, the checker that you jumped with will disappear.
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