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- Einstein Touch Backgammon
- Easy-to-hold and easy-to-use unit
- Enjoy all the features and challenges of backgammon wherever you go
- Ergonomic design
- Easy-to-see touch screen/stylus included
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Here's a great way to play Backgammon in the 21st Century! Enjoy the classic fun of backgammon in a whole new way. Introducing the new Einstein Pocket Backgammon! With this easy-to-hold and easy-to use unit, you can enjoy all the features and challenges of backgammon wherever you go!
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Top Customer Reviews
Incidentally, I do have other games from Excalibur, which do not share these problems. I think this particular model of backgammon needs to be removed from circulation and replaced with a product that has been field tested with a broad base of consumers with differing levels of skill and experience, both with backgammon and with electronic games.
This game is virtually unplayable without a backlight. If you can't see the board, you can't play the game.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This product is a real challenge, but would be better with a back light on the screen!!! The game does not allow you a fair game, which does make it a challenge to win, but rather... Read morePublished on November 5, 2012 by Brenda Price
Having played backgammon for over 10 years, I was very disappointed with this purchase. The controls are not user friendly and the screen should be larger. Read morePublished on January 24, 2012 by W. Moigis
Please see my review of the "Executive Touch Backgammon" because this, the Einstein Touch, and the Executive Touch are exactly the same game; it is only the outer plastics that is... Read morePublished on October 29, 2010 by Darrell G. Eson
I hadn't played backgammon for years and I thought this would be a piece of cake to play. The game did all the playing. I figured that I completely forgot how to play--too bad! Read morePublished on March 14, 2010 by Joyce L. Chambers