Shuffle is an easy-to-play (but hard to win) ball board game for young kids and all the family where you have to remove all of the yellow balls from the board in order to win each round before all of your red balls are eliminated. You play against the computer, and if you manage to win 4 rounds, you win. The game plays a bit like pool or snooker but without the pockets.
What’s great about this game is that you can blast the yellow balls anywhere – in any direction. Just shoot strategically, and try and remove as many yellow balls as possible with each shot. However, don’t use too much force every time. Force does not always bring the best results as a powerful shot may bounce a yellow ball back into your red balls and eliminate them. Plan your shot and try using some deft touches. You score points for knocking the yellow balls off the board. Have fun!
How to Play: At the start of the game, there are two opposing lines of red and yellow balls on the playing board. You play as Red and the computer (your opponent) is Yellow. You play in turns, one after the other. Red always gets the first move, and this is an advantage in your favor. To shoot, Left Click on one of the red balls with your computer mouse. Drag your mouse to choose the power and direction, and then release the left button to shoot.
To get more yellow balls off the board – try angling your shot to make your ball bounce to the other direction after hitting one red ball. Your first shot should be aimed between the two yellow balls. That should knock at least 2 yellow balls out of the playing area. After you shoot (use your turn), the computer (yellow) will then attack your red balls. Whichever side wins a round gets fewer balls to use in the next round (making things a touch trickier!)