Clockwork Crokinole

Enjoy this classic tabletop game of Crokinole redesigned as an exciting new casual game experience in Clockwork Crokinole! Position your discs on the board to maximize your points while removing your opponent’s discs in the process. Achieve a high score in the progressively difficult arcade mode or play classic mode and be the first to reach the target score!

Rather, the entire game has been saturated with that steampunk aesthetic. LOL Kind of tricky when you think you have the shot line lined up but Nope hit the peg. It really helps to read the dimly lit bottom banner to know the rules at first and avoid foul shots. The idea is to get your disc in the scoring zone and prevent other players from getting theirs in sounds a lot simpler than it is Once your disc is in the scoring zone, your opponent has to knock your disc first before being allowed to score or vice versa if your opponent played first. Since I play the first level, I know that I will buy this game, because I don't want to stop to play! Too early or late and shot is off target. The level of challenge is pretty good, not too easy and not too hard, just enough to keep you on your toes. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by luckylady from Nice change of pace Like this game alot. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Marcum from That needed change It is good to get that refreshness of a new play style of a game. Crokinole video games are rare, so when a good one surfaces, it's a real treat. It reminded me of playing marbles in my youth many years ago. Very classic and fun. The grapohics were well rendered and the music was apt and I think this is a keeper. I just wasn't getting how to play this game and it took me the hour trial to figure it out. Rated 5 out of 5 by Altmoabit from Boccia Indeed a very nice change from all those other games.

We've come a long way!!!!! Two of my favorite things! I don't know if it's only me but the aim line is a wee bit dim, even after turning my brightness down. The grapohics were well rendered and the music was apt and I think this is a keeper. Get a dog, think about having a kid, buy a pinball machine, have more parties, etc. After you complete a level it shows you tactics for scoring and preventing your opponents from scoring, these are well worth a read. This game is only fun! Steampunk aesthetic aside, this is classic Crokinole through and through I have a laundry list of things I plan on doing as soon as my wife and I get out of our condo and into a proper house. This game was a little hard to warm up to at first and I didn't get into it until the first half hour was up and I understood the scoring and techniques better. So far only played the easy setting and just won my first game. Very classic and fun. The level of challenge is pretty good, not too easy and not too hard, just enough to keep you on your toes. Too early or late and shot is off target.


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Overall this is a very good game and really enjoy it, hope to find more of them. Comes with lots of hints and tips that can easily Solitaire Chronicles: Wild Guns transferred to the big real games such as pool. Too early or late and shot is Cpockwork target. I don't know if it's only me but the aim line is a wee bit dim, even after turning my brightness down. Please try it and you will love it! Since I Clockwork Crokinole the first level, I know that I will buy this game, because I don't want to stop to play! It would be great with more game modes. But once you get into it, it's addictive. Crokinole video games are rare, so when a good one surfaces, it's a real treat. If there are no opponent discs on the board Cro,inole you need to at least get your disc to the inner ring. If Crokinoel opponent has at least one disc on the table then on your shot you MUST bump their piece. The grapohics were well rendered and the music was apt and Cloclwork think this is a keeper. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Marcum from That needed change It is good to get that Corkinole of a new play style of Clockwork Crokinole game. The level of challenge is pretty good, not too easy and not too hard, just enough to keep you on your toes.

Now I love this game! The person who plays first has to get their disc into the score zone then the next player has to touch that disc before scoring themselves. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by luckylady from Nice change of pace Like this game alot. I found the tutorial somewhat lacking. Getting a little burned out on the H. I would also like to add it was a nice pace from adventure and hidden objects games. This game was a little hard to warm up to at first and I didn't get into it until the first half hour was up and I understood the scoring and techniques better. Overall this is a very good game and really enjoy it, hope to find more of them. Two of my favorite things! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by neiljennie from Challenging but fun This is a great game, my free hour was up before I realised it just when I was winning too The gameplay is like carpet boules but you use discs to score which you fire in to the centre. It really helps to read the dimly lit bottom banner to know the rules at first and avoid foul shots. After you complete a level it shows you tactics for scoring and preventing your opponents from scoring, these are well worth a read. LOL Kind of tricky when you think you have the shot line lined up but Nope hit the peg. Since I play the first level, I know that I will buy this game, because I don't want to stop to play!

The only thing to break up the flat surface is a small hole in the very center and a few round pegs surrounding the inner circle. Overall this is a very good game and really enjoy it, hope to find more of them. Clockwork Crokinole grapohics were well rendered and the music was apt and I think this is MahJong Adventures keeper. Like shuffleboard, Sorry Cgokinole, battle spinners, etc only with a dark steampunk feel. I found the tutorial somewhat lacking. So far only played the easy setting and just won my first game.


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Give it a try. It reminded me of playing marbles in my youth many years ago. The person who plays first has to get their disc into the score zone then the next player has to touch that disc before scoring themselves. You could also compare it to boules. It would be great with more game modes. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by neiljennie from Challenging but fun This is a great game, my free hour was up before I realised it just when I was winning too The gameplay is like carpet boules but you use discs to score which you fire in to the centre. It really helps to read the dimly lit bottom banner to know the rules at first and avoid foul shots. LOL Kind of tricky when you think you have the shot line lined up but Nope hit the peg. Overall this is a very good game and really enjoy it, hope to find more of them. This game is only fun! After you complete a level it shows you tactics for scoring and preventing your opponents from scoring, these are well worth a read. Getting a little burned out on the H. Everything is brass and metal, magnifying lenses and steam. Like shuffleboard, Sorry sliders, battle spinners, etc only with a dark steampunk feel. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by jayellegee from Refreshingly different.

12 thoughts on “Clockwork Crokinole

  1. The person who plays first has to get their disc into the score zone then the next player has to touch that disc before scoring themselves. Until then I have to make do with digital versions, like Clockwork Crokinole. This game is only fun! If your opponent has at least one disc on the table then on your shot you MUST bump their piece. Comes with lots of hints and tips that can easily be transferred to the big real games such as pool.

  2. Until then I have to make do with digital versions, like Clockwork Crokinole. Graphics are great too. The person who plays first has to get their disc into the score zone then the next player has to touch that disc before scoring themselves. Players alternate until out of discs and then the score is tallied. After you complete a level it shows you tactics for scoring and preventing your opponents from scoring, these are well worth a read.

  3. Please try it and you will love it! Overall this is a very good game and really enjoy it, hope to find more of them. Rather, the entire game has been saturated with that steampunk aesthetic. We've come a long way!!!!! The occasional spark would have been unique and qwirky, indicative of the steampunk aesthetic.

  4. Getting a little burned out on the H. Loved this game, it made a nice change from TM or HO. After you complete a level it shows you tactics for scoring and preventing your opponents from scoring, these are well worth a read. Very classic and fun. The Bad The theme gets old fast.

  5. This game is only fun! Any pieces landing in the center hole get 20 points and then the final resting spot of the others are their values. The person who plays first has to get their disc into the score zone then the next player has to touch that disc before scoring themselves.

  6. It would be great with more game modes. Players alternate until out of discs and then the score is tallied. Very classic and fun. It reminded me of playing marbles in my youth many years ago. Like shuffleboard, Sorry sliders, battle spinners, etc only with a dark steampunk feel.

  7. Everything is brass and metal, magnifying lenses and steam. Crokinole is a tabletop game played on a huge circular wooden disc. But once you get into it, it's addictive.

  8. I just wasn't getting how to play this game and it took me the hour trial to figure it out. Players take turns flicking discs from the edge of the table, trying to get as close as possible to the center. We've come a long way!!!!! The level of challenge is pretty good, not too easy and not too hard, just enough to keep you on your toes. You could also compare it to boules.

  9. After you complete a level it shows you tactics for scoring and preventing your opponents from scoring, these are well worth a read. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by gramgram from great games take you back to the time before computers shuffleboard What a fun game it was nice to have the competition even if it was just a computer I live alone It took me back to a time when there were no tv. Rather, the entire game has been saturated with that steampunk aesthetic. Until then I have to make do with digital versions, like Clockwork Crokinole.

  10. Everything is brass and metal, magnifying lenses and steam. Rated 5 out of 5 by Altmoabit from Boccia Indeed a very nice change from all those other games. Please try it and you will love it!

  11. You could also compare it to boules. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by jayellegee from Refreshingly different. Now I love this game!

  12. It would be great with more game modes. Graphics are great too. Players alternate until out of discs and then the score is tallied. Getting a little burned out on the H.

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