I am with a group of friends and we want to play Diplomacy. However we don't have the map, or a printer.

So I was thinking that maybe there is some app or website in which there is the map and we can all play on. However if I search online for Diplomacy, all the websites are online multiplayer versions of Diplomacy. I am looking for something that serves just like a board game version, where the moves for all the players are done manually.

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    This is an odd question - you're basically asking how to play a board game without buying the board game. Would you ask the same question for Catan?
    – xorsyst
    Feb 9 '18 at 17:54

I like to use jDip. It is easy to use, and provides several maps.


There are many places to play Diplomacy online

  • Play Diplomacy
  • BackStabbr
  • webDiplomacy
  • Stabbeurfou
  • DPJudge

    I didn't read that well enough. You want fully manual games. Well then you can try Vassal or maybe Tabletop Simulator I don't know if you can play Tabletop Simulator on one computer if that's one of your goals but in both cases you should have full control of everything. As a matter of fact you could do play by email games by emailing Vassal save-states but I don't have a lot of experience in that.

  • The OP asked for an offline solution ;-). Feb 8 '18 at 11:05
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    Oh snap my mistake. That explains why none of the many many online implementations had already been suggested. That's on me and my reading comprehensions. -- E-- actually it looks liek not so much offline but manual movements.
    – Wolfkin
    Feb 15 '18 at 18:47

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