Roshambo is a classic game of skill and memory. It is a game of chance as there is no way to predict the result of each round. The objective of Roshambo is to predict the outcome of an individual round of the game by selecting one move of either rock, paper, or scissors. The player who makes the higher scoring move is the winner. The overall winner of the game is the player who wins the most rounds over a series of rounds.
At the beginning of the game, each player must register for the game. The registration process involves entering a name and a password that can be used to log in to the game. The password must be entered twice to ensure accuracy. Once the registration process is completed, the game begins.
Once both players are registered, the game is set up. The game board is divided into two parts. The top part of the board contains two options of either 'Rock' 'Paper' or 'Scissor' while the bottom part shows the scores of each player. Each player alternates turns selecting one of the three options to make a move.
Once each player has selected their move, the game compares the outcomes to determine who has the higher scoring move. The player with the highest scoring move wins the round. If each player chooses the same move, the round is considered a draw, and no points are awarded. This process continues until the end of the game when one player has more points than the other player.
At any time during the game, either player can hit the 'Reset' button and start a new game. This option can be used if the players do not agree on the rules of the game or if they wish to play with a different set of parameters.
The game was developed by GameSoft Productions, Inc., a game development company based in San Francisco, California. They specialize in developing fun and engaging casual games with a focus on creating a family-friendly gaming experience.
The game was released on April 15th, 2020, with new updates and features being added regularly.
Similar games to Roshambo include Riddle Cube and Operation. Both games are skill-based and require fast reflexes and quick thinking.
Points are scored for each round that is won by either player. If your move is higher scoring than your opponent's, you will receive one point. If each player chooses the same move, the round is considered a draw, and no points are awarded.
The overall winner of the game is the player who wins the most rounds. If the players are tied at the end of the game the player who has the highest score will be declared the winner.
Yes, there are rewards for playing the game such as points and trophies. Each round won will award you with one point. You can also earn trophies for completing various tasks or achievement within the game.