Tiger & Sheep
Tiger & Sheep is a game played traditionally in the northern part of
Sri Lanka. As far as I know, this is the first time the game is implemented
electronically. This initial version is only for opponents human vs human.
An algorithm for computer opponent is under development.
- Place all your pieces (3 tigers and 14 sheeps) before
starting to move them. A piece can be moved to a new position only
along the lines.
- A tiger can hunt a sheep by jumping over the sheep (again along
the line) to an empty position. If no sheep is left on the board,
tigers win the game.
- Sheeps try to trap a tiger in a way that it has no place
to move. If all three tigers are trapped, sheeps win the game.
- To place a piece simply click on the position. To move a piece
first click on the piece and then click on the new position.
- Reload this page for a new game.
The source code