Othello

Othello

Othello for two, or three

You know the game but you might remember it in black and white. I do anyway. And not because I'm old. It's just that's Othello has always been black and white. View full description

PROS

  • Up to three players at once
  • Three levels of difficulty

CONS

  • Bad choice of colours

Do you play this game with friends?

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You know the game but you might remember it in black and white. I do anyway. And not because I'm old. It's just that's Othello has always been black and white.

Which is why it's a little surprising to find this version in blue and yellow. Now I'm all for bold changes but blue and yellow are two of my worst colours.

Still you'll be glad to know it really makes no difference whatsoever.

The gameplay is exactly the same. And if you don't know how to play Othello by now, I'll be brief.

It's a strategy game where you have to deploy your pieces in the best positions to overturn those of your opponent. Once all the free squares have been filled, the person with most of their pieces on the board wins.

Play it and you'll get the hang of it in seconds. In this version there are three levels of difficulty and best of all up to three of you can play at the same time.

Colourful version of the classic old board game for one, two or three players with three levels of difficulty. You might remember Othello in black and white but this one's in blue and yellow.