Neonim is a game of strategy in which players take turns zapping light balls randomly arranged on the screen. The game unfolds horizontally and vertically, and the secret to winning is to exercise your brain by reading your opponents’ tactics.
Nim is a mathematical game in which players take turns removing objects, such as coins or stones, from discrete piles. It is said to have originated in ancient China.
Neonim was developed based on the game of Nim. Players take turns zapping balls of light, and the player to zap the final light ball loses.
The simple structure of the game lets anyone enjoy it – but the secret is to use your brains to develop clever tactics. The CPU can be configured in three difficulty levels. While single play is fun and challenging, up to four players can play at the same time, so the greatest enjoyment comes at large get-togethers, such as parties and family gatherings.
The iPad’s intuitive operation and the sound and light display when a player zaps a ball provide for hours of enjoyment with your friends!