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Hoppy Hippo Halma

Phil South - January 30, 2007

Hippo HalmaHalma is a game played on a solitaire type board with 10 pins by 2-3 players. These players can be either computer or human, and you can save games to pick up later if you wish. It’s identical to the board game Halma.

The game (named from the Greek word meaning “jump”) is a board game invented in the 1800s by a surgeon at Harvard Medical School, a guy called George Howard Monks. There was apparently an English game called Hoppity before this but Halma was different. You use a checkered board, divided into 16×16 squares, and playing pieces are of course black & white for two-player games, and of various colors in games of four players or more.

Curiously addictive. Oh and there’s no Hippos in the game. In fact it’s just the name of the software company. Also no hippos were harmed in the making of this game. 🙂

This entry was posted on Tuesday, January 30th, 2007 at 5:22 am and is filed under Developer, Freeware, Fun, Games, Main, Windows. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.

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2 Responses to “Hoppy Hippo Halma”

  1. wenpy Says:

    can i get the code in java?
    plzz i want to know the logic that game
    share plz

  2. Kelly Bader Says:

    This is a cool game, I really want to check this out and possibly duplicate the efforts for my free games site. Thanks for posting this! – Kelly

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