If you have no intention of learning this inane mini-game for the Original Gamer achievement, I suggest you do the following. After 4 hours and £5000 of trying to win a game legitimately, I took to the internet and found this program.
1) Download the Windows version. 2) Go to Options, Configure AI, and set Computer B's thinking processes to 'max. time 15' and 'max. depth to 50' 3) In Assassin's Creed III, do not go first and put your bet to £100. 4) Now for every move that the AI makes in Assassin's Creed III you will be making in the morris.exe. 5) Every move the AI in morris.exe makes you will be making in Assassin's Creed III. 6) ??????????? 7) SUCCESS!
I hope this helps, sure its cheating but, really? Who cares. --- Knifegash: If Anya spent just one day with me, you can go ahead and call her Anya Plowed.
I'm still getting beaten. The computer is cheap and uses the custom rule that allows it to jump with three pieces, but the windows game doesn't appear to let you select a six man's board with custom options! --- eBay is where you wish the rest of humanity would vanish for the next 5 days and 17 hours.
Never mind, I wasn't playing the right version in the Homestead. Though I DID find out the 0.2 version of the program can be configured like that, but the version for windows is 0.1. Installed 0.2 in a Linux Mint vm, but it seems to be a hassle to get it compiled in windows. At least the windows version will work with the right game. --- eBay is where you wish the rest of humanity would vanish for the next 5 days and 17 hours.