Tommy's Double L

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Each game uses different controls, most DOS games use the keyboard arrows. Some will use the mouse.

Tommy's Double L Description

Tommy's Double L is a shareware game that was first released on DOS in 1987; it is still accessible and playable with minor modifications. It has a turn-based strategy and puzzle game premise. This game is a puzzle and strategy game played on a 4x4 grid and is based on a conundrum created by Edward De Bono in his book "The Five-Day Course in Thinking." Additionally, two jammers occupy a single cell, and each player has an "L"-shaped piece measuring 3 cells long by 2 cells wide. Every player takes turns moving their pieces and, if desired, one or both jammers. When a player's turn rolls around and they are unable to move, the game is over. To have fun, play Tommy's Double L on Classic Reload!

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