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Black and White. The battle of opposites... as old as time itself... comes to life in Othello. Its origins are part Western, part Eastern. Othello is fast-paced, as easy to learn as checkers, yet as fascinating as chess. Play against a friend. Or play against the Othello computer in four challenging skill levels. You play the black discs and your opponent plays the white. Trap his discs between two of your own, and his "flip" to your color. One move can change the entire game. Finding that move is the secret to Othello. That's why it takes a minute to learn... but a lifetime to master!

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#71 lowest rated NES miscellaneous game (#411 on NES, #5228 overall)

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47.06% of 34 total votes

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#28 hardest NES miscellaneous game (#647 on NES, #8218 overall)

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#57 shortest NES miscellaneous game (#215 on NES, #1700 overall)

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