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H2H Tiles

H2H Tiles for PC and MAC

Is a Board game developed by iDevMobile Tec. located at Avenida das Américas, 17.775 - Sala 201 - Recreio CEP: 22790-703 Rio de Janeiro - RJ Brasil. The game is suitable for Everyone and required Android version is 3.2 and up.

How to run this game on PC or MAC

You can run all Android games and applications on your PC or MAC computer. Using a free software called Bluestacks, you don't need to purchase anything but games or applications it self if it isn't free.

Now you can use this Board game on your PC or MAC.
User Reviews
There is no real tutorial, just static images with text and arrows. It is ambiguous, I wasn't able to understand the tiles behaviour.. Tried playing, couldn't figure out why tiles where changing colors exactly....
Love the game (me and friends play it all the time!) But when I try to understand how to play...I can't. The tutorial is too messy, it does explain anything+. Scratch that, I just checked out the new tutorial! Its much better, so thanks Developers!!!
It's very strategic, the tutorial doesn't do any newcomers any justice, but once you fully understand what's going on, you pick up the strategy. My only problem is every time my opponent disconnects, like going back to the home screen, I get a loss too. You have to fix that, most of my losses online come from disconnects, which forces me to disconnect too. Other than that, it's fun, and addictive.
Great, simple, addicting fun. H2H is a good strategy game that takes a few matches to pick up, but once you start you can't stop. I would definitely recommend.
A bit too simplistic and doesn't allow for much strategy, basically win by tapping in a corner and then keep tapping one of your squares next to where the computer moves. Games also tend to be extremely 1-sided.
If opponent kills the session, or looses connection i may exit and loose the game or kill the session also.
The game would be good, but it really needs a time limit. I've been waiting for 30 minutes because my opponent left the game 2 turns before my win.