From Vassal
Backgammon cover.jpg
Publisher Public Domain Era Contemporary
Year 3000 B.C Topic Dice
Players 2 to 2 Scale Abstract
Length 5 min


Filename Filetype Size Date Compatibility
Trictrac_v1.0.vmod module 175 KB 2014-08-27 3.2
Trictrac_v1.1.vmod module 330 KB 2014-09-02 3.2
Trictrac_v1.1.1.vmod module 272 KB 2014-09-03 3.2
Trictrac_v1.2.vmod module 271 KB 2014-09-06 3.2
Trictrac_v1.3.vmod module 258 KB 2014-09-14 3.2
Trictrac_v1.4.vmod module 1.52 MB 2014-09-22 3.2

Module Information

Maintainer Rups
Contributors Rups


Freeform backgammon: no pre-implemented game rules, just play following the rules you agreed upon with your opponent.

This module provides all the accessories needed to play backgammon and most of its variants: the backgammon board, 2 sets of stones with 15 stones each, and a pair of dice.

V 1.0

  • Black and white game pieces with grayscale game board.
  • Dice can be rolled using dice toolbar command.
  • No functionality for player to indicate he has finished his turn, need to use chat to do so..

V 1.1

  • New dice rolling button next to the game board.
  • Lock/unlock dice functionality: when green the dice icon is unlocked and clickable; after clicking the dice icon its red color indicates that is has been locked;

clinking on the next icon unlocks the dice, indicating that the player has finished his turn.

  • Added sounds for rolling dices and next player to move.

V 1.1.1

  • Minor graphical changes.

V 1.2

  • Changed the colors of the board and game pieces to purple tones
  • Dice icon can not be moved anymore, only clicked

V 1.3

  • Replaced roll dice/next buttons by one single button: when button shows dices they can be rolled, after which the next icon appears; clicking on next shows the dice icon again

and allows the dice to be rolled.

  • Fixed movement report of game pieces coming from pip1.

V 1.4

  • Added boards with various colors, the dice/next icon gets the same color as the board
  • Added pieces with various colors
  • Added a button that draws a big red cross on the board, that can be used to notify the other player of a mistake.

Screen Shots


  • Rups