Stealth Checkers | Game App


Stealth Checkers by Dreamgames is one fantastic app! This game came to the developer in a dream and I’m sure glad he followed his dream. We had a ball testing and playing Stealth Checks and I am pretty sure we are hooked! The app has settings changes if you choose and that’s a good thing. Some people can’t focus with sounds on and others prefer sounds. Fantastic way for kids to hone their strategy, logic, eye-hand coordination while having fun! The games looks like checkers and you move like chess pieces. The fun part for me is tossing the dice, that tells you what piece and how many moves you can make. You can play against the computer or a friend! Try hiding the King for some extra fun! The Perfect Holiday Gathering App! This is a Great App for Teachers, Community Centers, and so much more!

 Great How To Play Pages!

 I had a Blast with this App!

 Hide Your King!

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This app is a great addition to your kid’s toolbox for life!
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Meet The Developers!

What was the initial inspiration for  your app?

It came in a dream. In the dream, my wife Amy and I sat down at a checker board. I motioned for her to make the first move, and she just looked at me derisively. As if to say, “Are you crazy? I don’t play checkers.”

So, instead, she picked up a pair of dice and rolled them on the board. Then she moved one of her checkers like a knight in chess.

I said, “Very funny, hon. But that’s not the way you play checkers.” And after a beat realized … “But it COULD be!”

What is your favorite aspect of your app?

That’s stealth mode, and that’s another part of the story. After I woke up from my dream, I immediately went to our game closet and pulled together the pieces to make the first set of the game. I took pieces from Connect Four, dice from a backgammon game and my good old wooden chess board. I used label stickers to create the first chess die. I set this all up in front of my son, Jack, (then 12) and explained the game to him. First thing he said was: “This is what I think you should do. If a player rolls a king on his first turn, then you flip over the king checker to hide it.” I don’t think the game calls it stealth mode. It just offers to hide your king, but we’ve always called it stealth mode. Part of why the game is called Stealth Checkers.

Is there anything else you would like to share with our readers?
Yes, we are about to get started on the 2.0 version, which should include more games, new layouts and levels of difficulty. My youngest son, Liam, came up with a suggestion for this version. But you’ll have to wait to see what it is.

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