Achievements are shown in the profile of each player.
Your achievements are shown at the bottom of the Home Page of Leo. You can scroll to the right to see them all if too many.
You can also see them in your profile.
Yearly subscriptions are calculated on a calendar basis. Example: If you buy a yearly subscription on March 9th, 2017 it will last until March 9th, 2018.
Monthly subscriptions are calculated on a calendar basis. Example: If you buy a monthly subscription on March 9th, it lasts until April 9th, and so on.
Certainly not. Monthly and Yearly subscriptions actually include the bonus and much more, since you can play endlessly for the period your subscription lasts.
In case you join a match that has already started, you pay no coins at all. This means that even if you have no coins at all, you can be invited to a match that has already started, to replace the player that has left.
In case you win the match, you get the masterpoints (not the player you have replaced).
In case you lose the match, the player you have replaced will get the negative masterpoints.
In case you leave in the middle of a match, you are charged with the 20 coins and you do not get any masterpoints (MPs) in case of victory. On the contrary, in case of defeat, you are charged the negative MPs.
You earn 5 coins for every 4-board match you win.
Eighty (80) bonus coins are given every 24-hours, based on the time you logged Leo the last time. Example: You log in Leo today @8.00 pm you get 80 coins. You log in next day @ 10.00 am – no coins. You log in the evening @ 10.00 pm you get 80 coins. Next day you will get your bonus coins from 10.00 pm and after, not earlier.
A countdown clock at the bottom bar shows you the hours remaining to get your next bonus.
You gain Masterpoints by playing in competitive tables. Each time you finish playing in a competitive table, you will be awarded any positive amount of master points you accumulated. Negative master points are not normally awarded, unless there are special circumstances, such as a penalty applied for players misbehaving etc. Finishing all boards in a Competitive table will yield bonus master points, while leaving in the middle will incur a penalty.
Your rating depends on how many masterpoints you have earned. More masterpoints means higher rating. Currently, ratings are set as follows, although Leo reserves the right to change the rating system at any time:
You simply click on the “Start a Game” button in the Leo Bridge homepage. The following options are available to you:
- You may select a name for your table. Default is your actual name.
- You can mark your game as “Competitive” or “Just for Fun“. Do this to ensure that you end up playing with people or your level and focus. Bear in mind that Competitive game tables must have a specific number of boards. Use the slider to select your desired number (minimum is 4).
- You can play as an Individual or as a Pair. If you select Pairs you will see a button that allows you to invite your partner. If you select Individual, partners will rotate in every board.
- You can specify a number of boards (optional if a Just for Fun game, required if game is marked as Competitive).
Here is a screenshot of the “Create Table” window, along with quick notes on each option.
- Name of your table
- Competitive table or just for fun? Certain restrictions apply to competitive tables as described above, and by hovering over the question mark.
- Pair or Individual game. You can play against everyone with players rotating on every board, or play with a fixed partner that you can optionally invite.
- You can specify a number of board or leave it open. Be careful, leaving a table with specified board will count towards your abandon rate!
- Time limit. Leo sets time limit by default to 2 minutes. You can optionally disable it. You can change the time limit if you wish, but bear in mind that players get automatically kicked when they let their decision time expires!
- Return back to the main screen
- Optionally invite friends to join you to the table you are creating
- Time to play!
Yes you can. An orange undo button is visible whenever an undo is possible. You can only undo your last move, and your opponents will need to allow you to do so.
Clicking the undo button starts a vote among players that gives them the opportunity to accept or reject your undo. We normally advise players to always accept undo requests, although misuse of the feature is discouraged and will not be tolerated if reported and verified.
There is a known issue in some browser versions that does not allow a very small subset of users to establish a stable connection with our game servers. If you just experienced this, please let us know, making sure you mention your Browser Version and OS.
We are in the process of solving this issue, and any help is welcome!
If you see things freezing up, you can try refreshing the web page (CTLR+R on Windows, CMD+R on Mac).
The most usual suspect for problems like this a network issue, if your internet connection is unstable, you may experience such issues but refreshing should help.
Yes. If you are using a proxy, you will need to allow access to host name https://bridge.leonardogames.net and port 8081. Most Firewall software will ask for permission the first time your browser tries to connect to a new port, all you need to do in that case is click “Accept” or “Allow”
Check if you have firewall software installed on your computer. If you do, you will need to allow access to host https://bridge.leonardogames.net and port 8081. This is absolutely safe as the connection is encrypted and will allow you to communicate with Leo Bridge.