Advanced Pegs is a replica of a classical card play of the 17th century. The goal of the play is to remove as many chips as possible. The chips come in two shapes: regular apples and monster apples, which eat the first ones.
Description: Advanced Pegs is a replica of a classical card play of the 17th century. Its author is unknown. There are two types of it - English and Continental-European. The play starts on a field filled with chips though with at least one spare square. The goal of the play is to remove as many chips as possible. The chips come in two shapes: regular apples and monster apples, which eat the first ones. To remove an apple lead its neighboring one onto it provided free space exists behind the target apple. The lead apple would eat the target apple and move to a new place. Try to eliminate as many apples as possible. However, even if you have succeeded in doing away with the apples, and there is only one apple left, try to do it again faster! You can undo your choice any times if necessary, but do not abuse this undo opportunity as you lower your score. After getting trained on rectangular squares try yourself with Advanced puzzles. Each square has more neighbors and thus more movement options. This makes the play more dynamic and interesting. Moreover, vivid graphics and animated agents shall be a catch!
Join millions of funs of this famous play and set your own record score.
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