by Masque Publishing
Play free online Checkers with traditional rules (you must jump if possible). Make your move and king me! Increase your ranking playing at easy, medium, and difficult skill levels to become a Checkers master! Checkers, also called Draughts or "straight checkers", is a form of the checkers board game played on an 8x8 board with 12 pieces on each side that may only initially move and capture diagonally forwards. Only when a checkers piece is "kinged" may it move backwards. As in all checkers variants, Checkers is played by two people, on opposite sides of a checkers playing board, alternating moves. One player has black colored checkers pieces, and the other has white or red colored checkers pieces. Most commonly, the checkers board alternates between red and black. The opponent's pieces are captured by jumping over them. checkers online, checker online, free checkers online, play checkers online.
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Well it is inevitable that once a player wants to change the direction of the on coming checker player thrn he must do what the Chamber guard says that must happen in that event. What do you think
Java appears and takes control. Blocking access to games. Well done Games.com - this problem is ongoing.
@MinnaNordstrom I was having the same problem..i went to my control panel and deleted java..all is well now...hope it works for you
Does anyone ever listen or read the comments??? there is a large group of us that want to play our games. WHY? WHY? don't you have the option for us OLD OR NEW game sight.
Still can't get to my games from you!!!!! PLEASE< PLEASE Get me back to the original games and scores
I HATE THE NEW GAME FORMAT!!!!!!!!! IT DOESN'T RUN PROBABLY!!!!!! THE GAME STOPS ANYTIME, RUNS VERY SLOW AND
DRIVES ME NUTS!!!!!!! PLEASE PUT ME BACK ON THE OLD FORMAT!!!!!!!!!!
I hate the new site. It doesn't reun probably!!! The game stops or euns very slow, stc.
PLEASE PUT ME BACK ON THE OLD FORMAT!!! KKLUNCK
everytime they mess with this checker site , its gets worse , why can't they leave well enough alone