Spanish Checkers is a variation of the checkers game played in Spain, Portugal, North Africa and many countries in
South and Central America.
The main differences with American Checkers are
- Kings are flying: they can move any distance along unblocked diagonals, and may capture an opposing man any distance away by jumping to any of the unoccupied squares immediately beyond it.
- A sequence must capture the maximum possible number of pieces, and the maximum possible number of kings from all such sequences.
- White moves first.
You can enjoy Spanish Checkers in family game time, or you can also enjoy the game by playing with the AIs of varying difficulties.
You will also gain experience points by winning against the AIs (+1 for Easy, +3 for Medium, +5 for Hard, and +7 for Expert).