Solo Noble – Peg Solitaire – Lite

Now play the game played by the European nobles in the court of Louis XIV back in 17th century on your iPhone or iPod Touch. It was a highly fashionable and popular board game among the European nobles back in the 17th century and was popular throughout Europe in the 18th and 19th century. Believe to be invented by a French aristocrat in the 17th century, when incarcerated in the Bastille, explaining the game’s ancient name “Solo Noble”.

According to the game brochure (Milton Bradley Co., 1986), whoever succeeds in leaving the last peg in the center is a genius. Anyone who leaves a single peg elsewhere is an outstanding player. So why wait, test your self today to see if you are a genius or an outstanding player.

The game is traditional played in two different boards namely “English board” and “European / French Board”. With English board having 32 pegs and French Board having 36 pegs.

The objective of the game is, making valid moves, to empty the entire board except for a solitary peg. A valid move is to jump over adjacent (vertically or horizontally) pegs. The peg that has been jumped over is removed. So jumps are like captures in Checkers.

Features:
- Ability to reset/restart game
- Polished and professional graphics
- Smooth game play and moments

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Check out Solo Noble introduction video on Youtube.

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