Computer board games for children, teens & Big Kids. From classic to newest, from simple fun to the most challenging. Have fun!
Check Mate is a regular, classic-style chess game played against the computer. The engine of the game is really fast and well developed, and general rules of chess apply. Simply choose your preferred difficulty level (Easy, Medium, Hard) and start playing the game (You play as the blue figure player, and you make the first move). To select a piece or a square, left click on the figure. When a piece is selected, all the possible moves are automatically shown on the board. Click on what you think is the best square to move to. The last moves made by both you and the computer are displayed on the left side of the game screen. Can you checkmate your computer opponent?
Play regular / classic chess online against the computer (at beginner or advanced levels). Chess Maniac: is a chess board simulation game for enthusiasts (young children, teenagers & grown ups) who want to play good, old-fashioned virtual chess at its finest. Enjoy the challenge!
"Strategy requires thought; tactics require observation" - Max Euwe, a Dutch chess Grandmaster, and World Chess Champion (1935–37).
3D Chess: This challenging game is a regular fun and engaging 2D chess game with 3D view that should not be mixed up with Tri-Dimensional Chess (Tri-D Chess) or Three-dimensional chess (3D chess or Raumschach). Pick your desired difficulty level for this classic board game, depending on your ability. Remember to move strategically and logically. Good luck!
Battleship: Can you sink your opponent’s battleships before he sinks yours in this fun and challenging classic battleship game? Position your battleship pieces as strategically as you can, so that the computer will have trouble guessing where they are. Guess where your opponent’s ships are positioned on the board and sink them with the least possible moves. Good luck sinking those battleships!
Free Mahjongg (Mah-Jongg, Mahjong) Game Online: Mah Jongg (also written or known as Mahjongg, Mijang, Taipei, Morejongg, Mindjongg) is a classic Chinese game. The original Mahjong played with similar pieces but under a different concept.
3-In-1 Checkers is a fun 1-player online version of the well-known Checkers board game (also called Draughts). You play against the computer, and have to remove all of your opponent’s checkers pieces by jumping over them and landing on a similar colored square to the one that you jumped from. Unlike most online checkers games this version has some new playing modes which add a cool twist to the classic strategy game. Pit your wits against varying levels of computer-controlled opponents, and try your best to come out on top.
Your strategic planning abilities will be exercised, as you have to carefully plan your moves in advance. Surprisingly, your quick reactions will also be tested, as some of the game modes require quick-fire moves and fast decision making. Have you got the strategic know-how to be crowned the Checkers King (or Queen)? See if you can ‘sweep the board’, and defeat the computer. Good luck!
OK Checkers fans, it’s time to hone your strategic thinking and decision making skills in this online version of the classic board game (also known as English Draughts). Master Checkers is a virtual 1-player version of Checkers where you take on a computer-controlled opponent in a tense board-game battle. Your aim is to remove all of your opponent’s checkers pieces by jumping over them and landing on a similar colored square to the one that you diagonally jumped from.
Your opponent is tricky, and difficult to beat, so your move planning abilities must be at their best. Use your superior thinking skills to your advantage, and plot your way to ultimate victory. Checkers is a classic test of the mind – have you got what it takes to become the Master? Good luck, and happy playing!
Good old-school tic-tac-toe combined with fun animation: Play Tic Tac Toe against the computer on your desktop, laptop, tablet, or mobile device! Also called ‘Xs and Os’ or ‘Naughts & Crosses’, Tic Tac Toe is a classic, one-on-one, pen-and-paper-style game for little kids, teens & grownups where you race to place three X or O marks in a horizontal, vertical, or diagonal row on a grid (or board). In this fun online version called X vs O, you can choose to play on a standard 3X3 grid, or on an expanded 5X5 grid where you must place 4 Xs or Os in a row to win!
This fast-paced, mouse-clicking, observation, skill and strategy-based game requires logic, high concentration, a competitive edge, accurate screen or keyboard tapping skills, and an element of luck (Sometimes, in evenly-matched games, you must stay solid and hope for your opponent to make a mistake). Good luck!
3D Spark Chess: This fun and challenging board game is an improved and enhanced version of the classic and well-known 3D chess game for all chess enthusiasts. A much faster and better algorithm is used in this engaging game, and players can select the level of difficulty of the game. Good luck and move strategically!
Play Gobang, a classic Chinese board game with black and white Go stones. This game is a tougher version of TicTac Toe. Choose the game mode: Computer vs Human (computer starts first), Human vs Computer (you start first) or Player vs Player (where you can play against your friend). You play with the white stones, and your aim is to be the first to align 5 of your stones sequentially in one line – no matter whether it is horizontally, vertically or diagonally. However your opponent tries to do the same and you need watch his/her moves closely. Enjoy this game playing on your own or with friends, school buddies or family members.
Free Checkers Game Online: First choose the difficulty level if you are going to play against the computer or choose your friend as your opponent. You will be playing as RED and red starts the game. There are simple checkers rules: Starting with Red, the players take turns moving one of their own pieces. A 'piece' means either a 'man'--an ordinary single checker or a 'king' which is what a man becomes if it reaches the last rank. A man may move one square diagonally only forward - that is, toward the opponent - onto an empty square. A 'king' may move back and forward.
Captures are mandatory. If a square diagonally in front of a man is occupied by an opponent's piece, and if the square beyond that piece in the same direction is empty, the man may 'jump' over the opponent's piece and land on the empty square. The opponent's piece is captured and removed from the board.
If in the course of single or multiple jumps the man reaches the last rank, becoming a king, the turn shifts to the opponent. No further 'continuation' jump is possible.
Dragon Mahjong is a variation of the addicting, classic Chinese board game that will toast your brain cells yet leave you wanting to play again and again. It’s a mind workout like no other, and provides fun for all the family - children, adults and seniors alike. You have 6 different screen layouts to choose from. Your objective is to remove all of the stacked-up tiles (pieces) from the board. It sounds simple but can be quite tricky. Once you start, you’ll be hooked! Dragon Mahjong will certainly keep you on your toes. Brain exercise has never been such fun!
The aim of the Blob Wars is to gain control of the board by attacking your opponent's blobs and converting them to your own. The rules are very simple - Spawn a blob into an adjacent space or Jump into an open space one square away. First choose to play either the 1 player or 2 player game. Then select whether you are going to play a single game, best of three or best of five game.
Choose the board, and start playing. Select a blob on your team by clicking on it using your computer mouse. Once selected, your blob is highlighted and the possible moves you can take are shown with the darkened green tiles. Click on the highlighted space to complete your move. A single square move multiplies your blob – a new blob appears where you select and the first blob stays where it was. A two square move removes your original blob.
After you make a move, your opponent's blobs, that are next to your blob, become captured and change into your blobs. The winner has the most blobs when the board is filled. If you can't make a move, then you have to click on 'Pass'. Empty spaces will automatically be filled with your opponent's blobs, and then the score will be calculated. Good Luck!
Inter-Galactic Battleships is a classic-style battleship board game for kids and adults where you have to search and destroy enemy ships before all of your own are eliminated. The unique thing about this version of the game is that it’s set in outer space. Have a go – see if you have the cunning and desire to take down a whole fleet of hidden intergalactic battleships! This super-stylish, fun-packed game requires tremendous tactical skill and provides hours-upon-hours of addicting entertainment! Enjoy!
With clean, minimal graphics and formidable sound effects, Intergalactic Battleships is a clear “hit”! Your mission is to find the enemy’s ships and obliterate them. Whoever sinks their opponent's entire fleet first wins! You can’t see their ships – they are totally hidden. You have to guess blindly at first, but once you hit part of their ships, you can predict where other parts of the ships might be hidden. When you hit a square where part of an enemy ship is hidden - it turns brown. The rest of the ship has to be close - real close. Find it and wipe your opponent out! Once you get a hit, you get another free turn. To get started, deploy your ships on the upper grid (left side) and click the Play button. OK, let the battle commence!
BattleShip The Beginning is a classic naval strategy board and cannon shooting game for all the family, where you have to seek out and then sink hidden enemy ships before they destroy all of yours (You play play against the computer). Set back in the 1600’s at the end of the golden age of piracy, this rustic game is a welcome treat with superb modern graphics and sound effects. It’s a full-on, explosive battle at sea, where only the most calculating and determined side will prevail!
In order to win this game, you need to outwit the enemy using your superb tactical warfare skills! OK, sound the trumpet, let’s go to war skipper! Your job is to annihilate the hidden enemy fleet – blast them out of the water. The first side to destroy all of the opponent’s fleet wins! The enemy ships are hidden, so you have to estimate or predict where they might have strategically placed themselves. Once you get a hit (on part of their ship), you have a clearer picture of where the rest of the ship might be hidden and how they are positioned (vertically or horizontally). Now you’re getting closer to victory!
Once you get a hit, you get another free turn. Think hard before you fire your cannon balls. Don’t waste shots! Try aiming for squares 4/5 distances apart in order to more quickly locate the positions of your opponent’s ships. They won’t all be located in one part of the grid! OK officer, ready for some all-action adventures on the high seas? Good luck, think ahead and don’t lose! Aye Aye Captain!
Classic Chess - A regular chess game played against the computer: In this online 2D chess activity for all ages - young children, teenagers and grown-ups, you take on a computer opponent in a straight-forward "no-tricks" game of virtual chess. Plot the downfall of your opponent’s king as you carefully and strategically position your pieces around the board. Suitable for beginner to intermediate (medium) level players, Classic Chess could provide a good basic platform for a newcomer to the undisputed King of strategy-based board games, or a solid training ground for a developing chess enthusiast!
Chess is a game for everyone, and every game of chess is different! There are literally thousands of strategies & combinations you can employ, and with a variety of different pieces with many movement attributes, you can tailor your own particular playing style to suit your own tactics. Top chess teachers say that you need to be progressive and aggressive – thinking one or two attacking moves ahead at all times! What chess type of player are you?
Easy Chess: Play against the computer in this easier version of the popular, classic chess game. This game is suitable for beginners looking for an easy opponent. You always play white and the computer plays black. In this game, you always begin. Develop your brain cells and have lots of fun in this highly entertaining game!
Play Crazy Chess Online for free against the computer. You have to defend your castle from the raging attacks of the black pawns, and capture the pawns before they reach the bottom of the board. It only takes eight black pawns to destroy your castle! Capture more than one pawn in a row to earn combos. Progress to higher levels and get rewarded with bronze, silver, gold and platinum medals. To unlock the grandmaster mode, win a silver medal in the "PRO" mode. You, the Knight, and pawns move as in the usual chess game but you have to think very quickly as pawns move without waiting.
There are "power-ups" appearing from time to time on the board. Collect them, as they disappear quickly. They can give you an extra life, repair your castle or help you to capture all surrounding pawns. Enjoy the game!
It’s time to play dominoes! Sebastopol Dominoes is a straight-forward online board game and brain-teaser where you have to take on three opponents in the ancient game of dominoes. In this 4-player game against the computer, your opponents are named after three great philosophers: Aristotle, Plato and Socrates. You must try to outsmart your opponents and ‘get rid’ of all your dominoes to succeed. Think you’ve got the math matching skills to become the Domino Champ? Good, put on your thinking cap and let’s deal those tiles!
Free Chess Game Online against the computer is a great educational games for kids and the whole family. You can play against another player or against the computer. The choice is yours. Select the computer's game speed from slow to fast and start playing. You move whites, therefore you start the game. Click on a piece to move it and the computer will indicate the surrounding cells to which you can make the move. It will also indicate the piece if the move is not possible. You will see the game history on the right side of the game screen. Do your best to win the game!