Screenshot of Game KhunPhan is a board game which is related to the Thai Legend. Khun Phan was a leading character in the Thai Legend. Because he was imprisoned he tried to escape. However he was surrounded by 9 sentries. Khun Phan is represented by the large game token. The 9 sentries are the other game tokens. The goal of the game is to let KhunPhan, the large game token escape by position it to the lower middle position.

The idea for this game came form a little wooden box containing this game I bought on a bazar in Thailand. I was fascinated about finding a solution and so I systematically created the solution tree with the computer and after that wrapped a nice looking 3D user interface around it.

I wish you lot's of fun with KhunPhan

20180805: KhunPhan V0.61. New version with these changes
Feature Overview:
  • Support modern C++
  • Support SDL2
  • Support for Visual Studio 2015
  • Added windows size 1920x1440
  • Immediately switch window size and fullscreen/window if possible
  • SDL1.2: Removed fullscreen mode, it's not reliable
  • Display play time in HH:MM:SS
  • Bugfix: Filter for *.mp3 and *.ogg music files
20030506: KhunPhan V0.50. New version with lot's of new features
Feature Overview:
  • Sound and Music support
  • 7 different themes
  • Using multiple textures for each theme
  • 7 different useful camera positions
  • Bugfix to support Mesa 5.0 (thanks to Bernhard Kaindl)
  • Improved debug interface
  • Added SDL Graphics/Audio Interface in addition to GLUT
20030224: KhunPhan V0.29. The first version released to the Public
Feature Overview:
  • Three dimensional Board display
  • Different camera positions
  • Different textures available: Wood, Marble
  • Tutorial in 4 parts
  • Keyboard Help Overview
  • Fullscreen support
  • Supported Platforms: Windows and Linux
  • Solution hint: Display min. necessary moves to solve game
  • Highscore list
  • Supported languages: English, German
  • Easy translation to other languages possible
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Last update 20180805